Montserrado County District #3 Representative aspirant, Patrick Komoyan, has been honored by the administration and students of the Professional Institution of Medical Art for his humanitarian gesture.
Komoyan, who has been in the district from childhood and at present, was honored and petitioned as the district next representative by the institution for responding to communities of the district calls in time of need, advocating for the district, distribution of assorted food items and nose masks during the heat of Covid-19, scholarships, rendering service to old folks, construction of six room-pit-latrine at New LBS Community, youth empowerment among others.
Komoyan is also on record for reaching out to prisoners and addressing the need of disadvantaged youths of the district and beyond, according to a resident familiar with his plan.
The medical school got eight freshman scholarship from Komoyan who served as a keynote speaker of its recent graduation exercise held at Parker Paint intersection.
The representative hopeful, spoke on the topic: “The Importance of Being an Educated Person”, mesmerized the audience and the graduates and urged them to be professional nurses as their ethics demand in the discharge of their service in the medical field.
Businessman Komoyan confirmed the Professional Institution Medical Art’s claim that he has been rendering numerous services to citizens of the district and will do more when elected as their representative in 2023.
He berated incumbent Representative Cecee B. Barshell, saying he is a complete failure and an embarrassment to the district and its citizens, noting that he has failed to account for the US$30,000 given him for legislative engagement and US$20,000 given him by China Union.
“When elected, l will promote accountability, unity in the district and make annual report,” Komoyan said. “l will proffer a bill that will separate the Ministry of ‘Youth and Sports’ to Ministry of Innovation”.
“Sports should be separated from youth. 50 and 60 years old people should not serve as youth representatives,” he said.
He noted that the City of Paynesville is large and has huge population increment; therefore, the municipality cannot meet the people need.
“We need Magisterial Court for the other parts of Paynesville,” he added.