The Assistant Superintendent for Development in Margibi County, David Suakollie is on the back of his predecessors for their inability to have met up with their responsibilities.
“I am not here to criticize, but I want to let you know that our predecessors did well but they did not do well for the public,” he said.
Though he did not call names, Mr. Suakollie reported that some of the projects that were implemented by the past leadership of the County were poorly constructed.
According to him, the Cotton Tree Town Hall was poorly constructed thereby creating a leakage in the roof while the Town Hall in Dolo Town is not up to standard.
The Margibi Assistant Superintendent for development disclosed that a building constructed by the leadership in Unification Town has cracking marks at the back and side though his predecessors said all payment was being made for the project.
“Now you tell me is that how to use public money, you see it is very wrong, where the fact lies place it to where it belongs,” he said.
Mr. Suakollie indicated that he believes that someone tempered with the contractor who constructed the Cotton Tree Town Hall, meaning people who were spearheading the project may have requested for certain percentage from the Contractor and it leads to the contractor purchasing substandard materials to enable them complete the job.
He revealed that the County currently owed the contractor who constructed the Cotton Tree Town Hall a little over fourteen thousand dollars. He expressed hope that their leadership will be given the chance when it is given money to erect public structure (s).
Mr. Suakollie made the assertion over the weekend at program marking the dedication of a District Office constructed by Margibi District #2 Representative, Ivar K. Jones.