Making the observation during a declaration of intent to contest the elections as president at a local hotel in Paynesville over the weekend, James Meanzie Gonmiah said since the LACC is very ineffective in dealing with issues relating to corruption in the country, the new administration under his watch would be obligated to disolve the corruption watchdog.
Every child will have the opportunity to contribute to the development of the nation," he further noted.
According to him, a child will have the opportunity to go to school, and not sell in the streets and no child should go to bed hungry in a country so blessed with endowed resources, and Liberian women and children will be respected and honored but not to be abused.
Gonmiah, who did not provide means to solve the too many problems he highlighted, said a month is too long to wait for a paycheck as such, his political institution-led government will work to introduce salary payment by every two weeks, and labor laws will be vigorously enforced in the country.
He also outlined plans that as president, his government will invest in constructing more hospitals and clinics and equip them with modern medical equipment and will also train 50,000 medical workers including doctors, nurses, lab and x-ray technicians, dentists, among others followed by the introduction of insurance for everyone within the country's borders.