GBARNGA, BONG COUNTY – The Deputy Minister for Technical and Vocational Education and Training at the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Peter S. Bemah has openly descended on Bong County Senator Prince Kermue Moye describing him as an “opportunist squanderer in the County”.
Mr. Bemah’s reaction is based on Senator Prince K. Moye’s recent statement, in which he accused the ruling establishment of the underdevelopment of Liberia.
Senator Moye told Bongese not to vote for the re-election of Weah-Taylor’sticket in the pending October 10, 2023 elections.
But Bemah said it’s unfortunate for the Unity Party Senator and former Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives to perambulate in the political corridor of the country spreading falsehood that the Weah-led government has failed the citizens of Liberia.
The Deputy Minister for Technical and Vocational Education and Training, Ministry of Youth and Sports further said that Senator Moye only believes in his development not the county.
Hon. Bemah whose role is to manage skills training to enhance employability and entrepreneurship for youths at the Ministry of Youth and Sports revealed that because of greed Bong County was able to lose the Deputy Speaker position under the Weah-led government.
He added that the Unity Party Senator served as Deputy Speaker under the regime of the Weah-Taylor government which he earned millions of dollars, but today he’s criticizing the same regime.
He at the same time said Moye worked at the Ways and Means and Finance committee of the House of Representatives and what was his intervention in the lives of the citizens whom he claims to love.
He further said since the ascendancy of Senator Moye at the Liberian Senate the people of Bong County have not benefited from a single project from him as Senator, whom the people stood in the rain and sun to have him elected in the 2020 Senatorial election.
The Deputy Minister for Technical and Vocational Education and Training, Ministry of Youth and Sports is at the same time admonishing Bongese not to take Senator Moye seriously because he’s not in their interests in terms of development.