According to the Montserrado County District #9 representative aspirant, the law will also help young Liberians to leave the streets and focus on empowerment, to build themselves a better future.
Smith added that if this does not come to pass, the likelihood of high increase of ‘zogos’ (street girls and boys) and armed robbery will be rampant in the country.
However he called on all electorates in the 73 districts of Liberia to demand their aspirants to commit themselves to a document that if they are elected, will sponsor and lobby for the drugs law to be enacted into law which is one of his major agendas when he gets to the legislature.
The George Interior Design CEO added that if any aspirants failed to do so, they shouldn’t be taken serious during the electoral process of Liberia.
He promised to seek the approval of his colleagues to pass the drugs law in his first 100 days in office as Lawmaker; because his interest is to see young people become vibrant in society.
The Founder of the Transformation of War Affected Youth disclosed of providing over 1,000 scholarships for young people within the district as to enable them get prepared for the many challenges ahead of them.