Addressing well-wishers and partisans of the LP in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County last weekend, Cllr. Brumskine said the government of Liberia under his leadership will provide the consignment of rice to citizens aged 65 years or above.
The LP political leader observed that many old people in the country go to bed hungry due to lack of support, while state actors squander huge amount of money from the country’s resources.
He said all sexagenarians in the country have equal rights to the resources of the country despite some of them having children in Government or the private sector. He added that notwithstanding the fact that some of these people have family members in government, they still need help from the government.
Cllr. Brumskine also assured all street children in the country of his future government’s determination to remove them from the streets and put them in school.
The learned lawyer averred that the LP-led Government would ensure free education from primary to secondary which will encourage more children to leave the streets voluntarily and return to the classroom with fabulous salaries for teachers.
He declared that the country is so rich to the extent that every Liberian must have access to food and social services and he sees no reason why people should suffer for food and jobs in the country.
The LP political leader noted that, if given state power, his administration would decentralize the Government where everyone will have access to the nation resources and services.
He urged Liberians not to allow people to manipulate them on tribal or regional bases but to vote for person that will ensure that their lives improve for the betterment of their region and their children.
The LP political leader said time is coming when political candidates will intensify their political lies and fool the people with one or two dollars to vote for them and after winning, they would turn their back.
He told the gathering that he has the capacity and the ability to provide programs that will sustain the nation after years of deprivation and disillusion faced by Liberians for the past years.