Rep. Karfiah & Yallah Identifies With Citizens In Wolonto Town Bong County
In an effort to support the Government of Liberia Pro-Poor Agenda through roads connectivity and contribution to the underprivileged Liberian, two members of the Bong Legislative Caucus has donated some working tools to citizens in Wolonto Town in Yellequelleh, Bong County.
The presentation is in response to the numerous public outcries about the lacks of meaningful materials for the smooth operations of the rehabilitation of the Wolonto Town road in Yellequelleh District, which is being done by the citizens themselves.
Presenting the materials on behalf of Representative Edward Karfiah and Senator Henry Yallah on June 8, 2019, the Political Affairs Officer in the offices of Bong County Electoral District #5 Representative, Lawrence Flomo said the donation was the two lawmakers own way of identifying their citizens in the Town.
Currently, citizens of Wolonto Town in Yellequelleh District #5 are constructing over 45 kilometers of road with their hands.
Some of the material denoted including shovels, Pain axes amongst other things.
Mr. Flomo assured citizens of the town that the two Lawmakers will continue to work with them in making sure that their lives are improved.
He, at the same time, used the occasion to call on Liberian to take responsibility for their own development.
Mr. Flomo, further said the development of Liberia can only be done when the citizens are capacitated and ready to contribute to the development of the country.
The Bong County District#5 Political Affairs Officer, further believe that the positive change of Liberia is a process that requires everyone, most especially young people of the country.
He further noted that the donation of the materials will help to reduce some of the challenges faced by the citizens in undertaking their-selves’ road initiative in the District.
Taking delivery of the materials on behalf of the citizens the chairman of the road project, Nathaniel Vuku, expressed joy over the provision of the tools by the lawmakers, with a promise to use the materials for the purpose intended.
They also appealed to Representative Karfiah and Senator Yallah to continue the initiative, for the overall improvement of Liberia’s struggling roads system.