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In our last edition, we focused on a presidential aspirant, but in today’s edition, our focus will be on representative aspirant, Daynah Ayomah Zoe of District#4 Nimba County.
Daynah was born unto the union of Mr. Mabeah Zoe and Madam Kwiayie Sehwah (deceased) Zoe on November 11, 1968 in Nimba County. He holds a high school diploma from Haywood Mission School in Monrovia. He also holds a bachelor degree in pre-law from Kentucky Wesleyan College in the United States of America.
Furthermore, Daynah, holds a master degree in Sociology from Western Kentucky University. He is married to Madam Joyce Zoe and their union is blessed with three children including two boys and a girl. Daynah has several years working experience with the United States Defense Department and other institutions in America.
In an interview with The NEWS Thursday, Daynah said his quest to contest the representative slot in District#4 is due to his desire to transform the lives of the citizens of the district.
He said his key focus will be the development of the local economy in the district in order to create opportunities for citizens that would enable them to be self-reliant. Daynah observed that over the years, past and current representatives have not been able to prioritize the development of the local economy, thereby making citizens of the district to live in abject poverty.
However, he explained that when elected, he would attract investment opportunity in the district which will enable the citizens to be employed, thus bringing economic relief to the district. The representative aspirants disclosed that when elected, he will seek to improve the health and educational sectors of the district, which currently lacks medical facility. Along these lines, he disclosed that a medical complex is currently being constructed to ease the difficulties citizens faced in seeking medical attention. The construction of the medical complex is being sponsored by him, which is intended to demonstrate his desire to bring development to the district
Quizzed what he has done for the district, Daynah said he has been involved in several activities geared towards the empowerment of the citizens, adding “I strongly believe in the economic development of the people.” He revealed that he has a company in the United States that engages in construction and other activities.
According to him, the company employs both Americans and African Americans, adding that he plans to engage in similar business in the district to ensure that the citizens have sustainable means of livelihood.
Daynah: “Look, the problem in our district is lack of leadership. We have leadership vacuum which we want to address. We have the technical know-how and ability to lead.
Unlike those who have been in charge, we will not depend on government support through the budget before we transform our district. We have the contact out there….we will go out and bring in investment that will create sustainable jobs and development for the people. Our people cannot continue to live the same old lives year in year out…we need to be innovative, if we must change their condition.”
The representative aspirant disclosed plan to send students of the district abroad to acquire higher and quality education, so as to prepare them for the future, noting, “We are determined to improve the living condition of our people. We can’t be living in this 21st century and our people condition continues to remain the same. As time changes, things must also change as well.”
He disclosed that he will shortly donate an ambulance to the district to transport patients to health facilities in the county, adding that the health of the people is paramount to him. Daynah said his leadership will be people centered, because it is the people that the lawmakers represent.