In Hon. Morris's District One Montserrado County, all promises made must be fulfilled to the letter. Such is integrity-such is the leadership style we envisage for our country Liberia.
This was the occasion on Monday October 29, 2018 when the Law maker paid a total of twenty thousand United States Dollars as tuition for 143 undergraduate students attending the Barshell University in Paynesville Monrovia.
Communities in which the benefiting students reside include Careysburg (38); Louisiana (28); Tolberta (20); Kingsville (17); Mount Coffee and Bentol City (9); Tubmanville (6); Voker Mission (5); Crozierville and White Plains (4 persons each), and Harrisburg (3).
Making the “tuition-free” payment on BUC campus, an amount of L$3.1 million, equivalent to US$20,000 United States Dollars was paid to the administration of the university, about 65 percent of the total tuition cost for the 143 students.
One of the distinguished characteristic of Representative Morris's leadership never before seen in the district is his ubiquity- the tendency of being present with his people at all times since his election to the office of Representative. Todee district, one of the prominent districts that makes up electoral District # 1 was again toured this Monday October 22, 2018 by the Honorable to begin the process of building water supply capacity to major towns badly in need of pure drinking water.
Accompanied by a Canadian Water company called LIFE WATER on his tour, Representative Morris assured residents the provision of safe drinking water.to help conclude the ever-lasting water challenge faced by the district...
Hon. Morris empathizes with victims of Fendell & promises support in their legal pursuit
The National Multiplication Competition, THE MULTIPLIER, was launched at the Monrovia Christian Fellowship Center by Montserrado County Representative, Lawrence Morris with commitment to influence National Legislative support to the LMDI's many initiatives targeting competition. The academia for excellence told the gathering of at about 500 Primary & Secondary pupils that Read More...
Award (ASA). These scholarship are very selective and
will be determined solely by Honorable Lawrence
Morris. The eligibility for these awards are also the
sole determination of Honorable Lawrence Morris.
There are only twenty (20) twenty scholarships Awards
Under this category.
Charcoal made from recycled materials unveiled
One does not need to be an environmentalist or a global warming expert to understand the devastating effect of deforestation as a result of our total reliance, for a country like Liberia, on charcoal for cooking; and this is the line and direction the District #1 Representative Morris Lawrence has been thinking ever since he was elected Representative of the District.
In his efforts to circumvent deforestation directly related to the use of charcoal for cooking, Hon. Morris together with a team of local recycler have manufactured charcoal from recycled waste, an end product that is 85 % more cost effective then traditional coal.
He made the pronouncement on Saturday October 19, 2018 in Fendell where he was invited by the LMDI-Dialogue team to address victims affected by the demolition of homes carried out by the past government under the leadership of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.Read More....
Montserrado County District #1 Representative Lawrence Morris has congratulated the victorious Montserrado County men’s football team with a donation of whopping US$1,000 as an initial contribution for their splendid performance during the course of the 2017-2018 County Read More
I am humbled by your trust and grateful for the confidence you have reposed in me to serve you as Representative of this great district, District # 1 Montserrado County.
I have set up this web portal for the district as a means of monitoring and evaluating my activities as it relates to my vision, my campaign promises and the job you sent me here to do as representative amongst others. This website as you may see will serve as an image of everything I am doing and intend to do for you my people of this District. It will serve as a means of coordinating communications and activities amongst our local leadership and Commissioners as often as possible so that you, our people, will be aware of everything that is going on, both in my office on the Capitol Hill and other leadership structure in the district.
The website brings with it additional opportunities for all of us, especially the youths. I encourage you to therefore make maximum use of your visit to this site any where you are. The site is up 24/7... Welcome once again!
LIFE WATER tours Todee with Hon. Morris
Honorable receiving kola nuts from villagers as a welcome token
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District #1 Representative, Hon. Lawrence Morris has called for increased budget support for education in Liberia. He made the pronouncement at the 99th commencement convocation of the William V.S Tubman Teachers' college on Tuesday December 4, 2018 on the University of Liberia Fendell campus where he served as a keynote speaker.
Speaking on the topic "The Importance of Teachers' Education to National Development", the Lawmaker admitted that the professional challenges faced by the country were enormous, but added that they were not insurmountable. “While there is not much that you can do to affect the economy, you can be tough-minded and vocal about what it means to teach, because it emulates from you, how the minds of the young people will be developed in curving and shaping development and how things will improve or deteriorate,” he continued. Read more
In his efforts and dreams to transform his District into an oasis of opportunity and a model district that will be referenced and emulated across the entire country in terms of Economic and Infrastructure developments, Trade, Education, Health and Self-Sufficiency in food production, District #1 Representative Hon. Lawrence Morris meets with Black Congressional members in the US State of Arizona to appeal for help in building what he calls "a Model District in Liberia that will stand out as a symbol of reference in the future" . The Honorable who happens to be on a special District lobbying trip to the United States convinced his US counterparts about the challenges facing his District, especially in the areas of sanitation, roads and food production.
On their part, Congress members agreed to work with the Honorable in assuring that the District gets on the trajectory that will subsequently lead to the transformation he so desires in the next four years to come.
"Not making his trip to
the US lazy at all" will
be a genuinely more
to describe District # 1
Lawrence Morris as he
picks on the challenge
of locating citizens of
the District living in the
encouraging them to
contribute to the
building of their
The District News
captured one of such
encounters with one
prominent citizen of the
District, Mr. Phil George of Kingville # 7 who currently lives in Rhode Island,
the United States of America.
Prominent amongst the numerous issues discussed between the two was the
construction of a modern market in the township of Kingville, District # 1 to help
boost trade and economic activities in the District.