Since the inception of his leadership on April 13, 2018 as Superintendent of Margibi County, the leadership of Hon. Jerry Varnie has implemented and dedicated a flagpole stage project which is considered to be the first initiative under his regime.
The leadership of the County headed by the Superintendent in commemoration of Liberia’s 171st Flag Day celebration on August 24, 2018 cut the ribbon, dedicated the flagpole stage project and hosted the National flag and flags of the fifteen Counties of Liberia though the cost of the project was not disclosed.
Speaking during the ceremony, Superintendent Varney said months back, his Administrative Assistant who is being very innovative though it wise that the headquarters of the County have a unique flagpole project undertaken by them.
The Superintendent disclosed that he then thought it wise to appreciate and welcome the initiative thereby beginning to connect other partners such as the Fulani Community, the Salala Rubber Corporation, the Harbel Supermarket couple with their own little funding to get the project done.
According to him, through the innovation of the Administrative Assistant, a committee was organized to implement the project which was finally prepared for dedication.
“I want to be grateful for having an innovative Administrative Assistant who organized a committee to undertake the project, having said that distinguish ladies and gentlemen, the Press; we are here to officially dedicate and cut the ribbon of this project, God bless you thank you and have a God blessed day” he said.
The Superintendent, however, thanked their partners most especially the Almighty God whom he said granted them the opportunity to have the program. He then termed the Superintendent position as a transit point where people come and go but said at least when other administration takes over from him it will go down in history that he (Jerry Varnie undertook the flagpole stage project.
For his part, the administrative assistant in the offices of Superintendent Varnie said the current County Administration is prepared to make bigger things happen even in the absence of finances.
Mr. D. Koboi Weedor stated that with the help of the Superintendent and the rest of the administrative staffs, they can do a bigger thing in Margibi within the next six or twelve years.
Mr. Weedor at the same time thanked the Fula Governor whom he said was instrumental in the implementation of the project. He also expressed gratitude to the Management of the Harbel Super Market, the Management of the Salala Rubber Corporation and business owners who helped in the implementation of the project.