Naymote Kicks off President Meter Project, Rallies Liberians to Hold Leaders Accountable for Campaign Promises (Frontpage Africa (02/16/2024) Edition

Eddie D. Jarwolo, the Executive Director of Naymote Partners for Democratic Development, and his team have initiated their inaugural town hall meetings with citizens as part of the President Meter project.

Commencing in Gorzohn, Buchanan City, District #3, Grand Bassa County, and Montserrado County, particularly in District #11, Kebbah, Barnesville, the objective of these gatherings is to mobilize citizens in upholding democracy and holding leaders accountable for their campaign pledges made during the 2023 elections, which ushered in the Unity Party-led government led by President Joseph Nyuma Boakai.

The President Meter project, originally launched during the administration of former President George Weah, aims to monitor, track, document, rate, and report on the performance of the President of Liberia during and after elections, along with tracking the development agenda since the inception of the presidency.

These town hall meetings fall under the purview of the Democracy Advancement Program (DAP), funded by the Swedish Embassy and executed by Naymote.

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