The former Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) representative won the primary unopposed yesterday at the party’s headquarter in Sinkor.
Madam Ennos said the district has not benefited from a better education package for almost a decade and she is back to upgrade the system.
“Mama is back to do what she is good at, lawmaking and advocacy,” she said.
Speaking to journalists after her victory, Madam Ennos said that she is not petrified about the many candidates in the district as she is prepared to defeat any opponent that comes against her in the district.
Madam Ennos assured that if elected, she will be a good lawmaker for the benefit of her people and the entire citizens of Liberia.
Aspirant Ennos says she is confident that the people of the district are yearning for change and will not elect people who cannot properly represent them at the House of Parliament, noting that some of those opting to become District 7 lawmakers have tainted characters that the people cannot afford to elect them.
Madam Ennos noted that the only visible projects in the district are those she undertook during the 52nd Legislature when she represented the people of District 7, promising to continue where she stopped in 2012.
She disclosed that unity, education and basic necessities are lacking in the district as compared to six years ago when she was at the helm of power where there were total peace and lot of educational opportunities for the kids and youth.
Speaking in a confident tone Ennos explained that the educational system in her district needs to be prioritized as there are no libraries, laboratories and playgrounds that will reduce stress from school going kids.