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“Be Disciplined And Focused”

-Pres Weah Special Aid Admonishes Young Margibians  

The Special Aide to the President of Liberia, Sekou Kalasco Damaro, is admonishing the young people of Margibi County and Liberia at large to be discipline and focus, if they must be successful in their lives sojourn.

The Special Presidential Aide Damaro made the assertion Sunday, September 8, 2019, at program marking the official homecoming and  soccer tournament in his honor by the Youth of Kakata.

According to him, in order for a young man or woman to be successful in his or her life, it requires that such persons be focused , disciplined and as well preserved. He said more than 60 percent of the country’s population are young people, as such, young people are considered the gateway of Liberia’s development.

Therefore, Kalasco is encouraging young men and women to make their country and society proud by seeking avenues or pathways that will bring development to the country. He argued that his appointment by President George Manneh Weah, is due to the extreme confidence the President has in him as well as the level of perseverance and discipline he exhibited over the years.

“Discipline should be the hallmark for all young people because it is discipline, focus and perseverance that got me serving as Special Aide to the President of the Republic of Liberia,” Damaro noted.

He said even though he is at such level, he is not using that office to abuse or cause negative influence in the society, rather, he is using the opportunity to impact the lives of his peers, and other young Liberians so as to enable them grow too and impact their nations.

Kalasco further intimated that Pres. Weah got elected by over 700, 000 Liberians because he is being seen as the common denominator between the haves and the haves not. Therefore, gone are the days where young people should be used as political tools by self-seeking politicians for their selfish aggrandizement.

He continued: “No one one should tell you young people that you are too young to lead, that is why if you  see the makeup of President Weah’s Government, you see a conglomeration of young men and women like me, we are helping him fixed the country’s 172 years problem.

Accordingly, Damaro noted that politicians are not using young people because they loved them or envision any positive future for them, or because they loved Liberia, rather, they are sponsoring protests and using other political machinations only because they believed that the current breed of Government officials are or should not be the ones leading the country.

“They see Government and the presidency as a class system belonging to special set of Liberians,” he intoned.

Therefore Damaro assured the youth of Kakata and Margibi County at large that he will used his position to explore all of the avenues so that the people of the County can benefit from the national cake.

He also encouraged them to serve as ambassadors for development and progress by being focused, discipline and engaging in ventures that will bring about development to their personal lives as well as the nation.

Kalasco thanked the young people of Kakata for honoring him. He said such engagement is the beginning of many good things to happen for the people of Margibi.

Remarking, the Superintendent of Margibi, Jerry Varney, thanked the young people of the County for bestowing honor on one of their own kind.

According to him, honoring Kalasco was no mistake by the youth of Kakata because it is in the best interest of the County. He also noted that President Weah did not also make mistake for appointing Kalasco because he cut across all the divide of the youthful community.

Meanwhile, the honoring ceremony ended with a four team mini tournament in honor of Mr. Damaro. Teams that participated in the tournament included: the Friends of Sekou Kalasco Damaro, Muslim Warriors, Black Star and Salesians Tigers.

The Special Aide to the President of Liberia, Sekou Kalasco Damaro, is admonishing the young people of Margibi County and Liberia at large to be discipline and focus, if they must be successful in their lives sojourn.

The Special Presidential Aide Damaro made the assertion Sunday, September 8, 2019, at program marking the official homecoming and  soccer tournament in his honor by the Youth of Kakata.

According to him, in order for a young man or woman to be successful in his or her life, it requires that such persons be focused , disciplined and as well preserved. He said more than 60 percent of the country’s population are young people, as such, young people are considered the gateway of Liberia’s development.

Therefore, Kalasco is encouraging young men and women to make their country and society proud by seeking avenues or pathways that will bring development to the country. He argued that his appointment by President George Manneh Weah, is due to the extreme confidence the President has in him as well as the level of perseverance and discipline he exhibited over the years.

“Discipline should be the hallmark for all young people because it is discipline, focus and perseverance that got me serving as Special Aide to the President of the Republic of Liberia,” Damaro noted.

He said even though he is at such level, he is not using that office to abuse or cause negative influence in the society, rather, he is using the opportunity to impact the lives of his peers, and other young Liberians so as to enable them grow too and impact their nations.

Kalasco further intimated that Pres. Weah got elected by over 700, 000 Liberians because he is being seen as the common denominator between the haves and the haves not. Therefore, gone are the days where young people should be used as political tools by self-seeking politicians for their selfish aggrandizement.

He continued: “No one one should tell you young people that you are too young to lead, that is why if you  see the makeup of President Weah’s Government, you see a conglomeration of young men and women like me, we are helping him fixed the country’s 172 years problem.

Accordingly, Damaro noted that politicians are not using young people because they loved them or envision any positive future for them, or because they loved Liberia, rather, they are sponsoring protests and using other political machinations only because they believed that the current breed of Government officials are or should not be the ones leading the country.

“They see Government and the presidency as a class system belonging to special set of Liberians,” he intoned.

Therefore Damaro assured the youth of Kakata and Margibi County at large that he will used his position to explore all of the avenues so that the people of the County can benefit from the national cake.

He also encouraged them to serve as ambassadors for development and progress by being focused, discipline and engaging in ventures that will bring about development to their personal lives as well as the nation.

Kalasco thanked the young people of Kakata for honoring him. He said such engagement is the beginning of many good things to happen for the people of Margibi.

Remarking, the Superintendent of Margibi, Jerry Varney, thanked the young people of the County for bestowing honor on one of their own kind.

According to him, honoring Kalasco was no mistake by the youth of Kakata because it is in the best interest of the County. He also noted that President Weah did not also make mistake for appointing Kalasco because he cut across all the divide of the youthful community.

Meanwhile, the honoring ceremony ended with a four team mini tournament in honor of Mr. Damaro. Teams that participated in the tournament included: the Friends of Sekou Kalasco Damaro, Muslim Warriors, Black Star and Salesians Tigers.

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