Constituency 92 Endorses Honorable Raymond Jones
The people of Constituency 92 over the weekend demonstrated their unflinching support for the Honorable Member of Parliament, Raymond Jones to represent them for the second term in office.
Talking to a cross section of the people, it was disclosed that the Honorable has fast tracked several projects within communities under the constituency. They say he was the brains behind the facilitation of the renovation of the Waterloo Magistrate Court, and is also planning to construct three water dams at the community, which will afford access of fresh pipe-borne water supply to people of the community.
They also say he has constructed bore-holes, solar light systems at various areas such as Deep-eye water, Devil Hole, Rokel Village, and Grafton Village to name but a few.
It was further revealed that the Honorable Member of Parliament has donated cash of Le2.5M for the construction of a community centre, fast tracked the people of Sima Town to have a fire force sub-station. The Honorable is on record to have donated Le80M and Le90M as micro credit respectively, to the people of Rokel, Yams Farm.
The Honorable Member of Parliament has also helped to install a transformer for accessing electricity for the various areas within the communities, and recently donated Le 1 million to youths at Hasting for a football gala. He also fast tracked to develop a State of the Art Vono-Mattress at Hasting.
The Honorable championed the fight of his people over a land saga that involved the Door Christian Fellowship Church, in which they were claiming that the property belonged to the church.
He also donated Le10M to Grafton market women, 21 boxes of fish for commercial purpose, Le1 million to buy charcoal, 40 bags of rice for commercial purpose, and Le500,000 cash to buy peanut.
At Charlotte, he has promised to construct a bridge which is already ongoing; he has also awarded scholarship opportunities to deserving students, and donated teaching and learning materials to all schools in the constituency.
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