In an exclusive interview with this medium, the All Liberian Party (ALP) candidate noted that the Bong County lawmaker made no law in the interest of their electorates, and that the need of the people was never considered.
Mr. Zarwolo said that Representative Mulbah has not represented the people of the district adequately since he took power in 2006 and he (Zarwolo) is poised to take over as the people’s representative right after the October 10, 2017 polls based on the level of work he has done.
He cautioned young people to stop voting on party line, but to cast their votes for people with the requisite capacity to develop the country.
He promised to set up an active and independent district council and taskforce to monitor projects and activities in the district which will bring skills trainings, capacity building for the youth.
According to him, many of the problems in the country derive from the House of Representatives where some people see lawmaking as empowering or enriching themselves, which he said is completely on the contrary of a representative.
“They call me ‘Talk less and Do more’. The records are there. 2010-2011, I provided 175 bags of cement and paid people US$3 a day to work on the Maneki-Gbarnga high way and that is not enough as I will do more with the available resources. Education will also be part of my priority”, he said.
He noted that for the level of work done in the four clans; he will win the district, and will be a true representative for the people.