Seven major projects, which will ease hardship on rural poor are expected to be formally dedicated any time soon in Bong County District #4 in celebration of the upcoming Easter holiday.
The 54th Legislature will close for at least two weeks, beginning Friday, April 12 in observance of the holiday.
Recently, Bong County District #4 Representative Robert Flomo Womba, informed reporters in his Capitol Hill office that, during the Easter break, he will inaugurate seven development projects that would transform residents lives.
The projects include a four-bedroom teachers’ quarter in Bellemu Town, Peleli Town Hall (with 75 plastic chairs with five plastic tables as well as the Kpoe Town Hall.
Others are Kpokolo, Kpayah and Taryonoh bridges between Gbahsue Nekai and Shankpalai Towns; Payetai Elementary and Junior High School and the Jorwah Guest House.
“I am happily looking forward to spending the Easter break with my people. I am doing everything possible to transform the residents’ lives,” Rep. Womba said.
It may be recalled that recently in his first legislative report to the district, Rep. Womba named infrastructures, including roads, bridges as top priorities he would undertake.
In the report to his constituents in Bellefanai, Womba said with the help of his colleagues, he will continue to augment government’s effort in rendering basic social services to the locals.
Other interventions, he added include the donation of 50 pieces of steel rod and 50 bags of cement and cement blocks for the Gbonota Elementary and Junior High School, initial contribution of 50 bags of cement and 25 pieces of steel rod for the Jarkai Elementary School, etc.
In the health sector, Rep. Womba has donated L$300,000 to the midwives of Belefanai, Naama, Gbalatuah and Shankpali catchment centers for basic vocational skill training, and L$90,000 to the midwives of Belemue. He also donated a 3.3KVA generator to the Lutheran Parish in Belefanai Town Zota District#4.
The event attracted local and legislative officials of the county, including Senators Henry Yallah and Henrique Tokpah. The two senators called for unity and mutual respect among the caucus’ members and the citizens.
Margibi County Senator Jim Tonolah was also in attendance.
Meanwhile, the residents, including chiefs, elders and youth, thanked Rep. Womba for his numerous development initiatives within a short period of time. They pledged to cooperate with him to bring more development programs to the district.