Bong county superintendent, Esther Walker has vehemently warmed citizens who are building on government’s land to desist.
There have been growing concerns from the public on the alleged act of some people encroaching on government property in the county, a situation the Bong County Superintendent has described as altogether unacceptable.
Speaking to a team of Journalists Tuesday, September 26, 2018, in Gbarnga, Superintendent Walker assured citizens of the county not to panic on grounds that those unscrupulous individuals who are allegedly building on government land in the county will surely be removed, adding that they are going to follow the legal process in removing them.
Madam Walker said in her five years development plan, resurveying government land is one of the top priorities and as such, they must remove those that are illegally occupying the land.
Meanwhile, the Bong County Superintendent has assured citizens of the county that she is working with other company, especially United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to help electrify Gbarnga.
She told Journalists that the agreement to electrify Gbarnga has already been concluded with the company.
Madam Walker has boastfully assured citizens of Bong County that by next year January 2019 Gbarnga residents will see light poles across the city.
The Bong County chief executive described the electrification of Gbarnga as a big boost for her, especially under the President George M. Weah pro-poor agenda.
According to Madam Walker over the past forty years, the residents of the county has not been able to benefit from electricity.
She said the substation of the company will be building in palala, electoral district#1 in Bong County where equipment of the company will be kept while operating in the county.
However, the superintendent has elucidated that the light will not be free, but the cost will be minimum in order to allow citizens to have access to electricity.