Momoh Konte changing the face of Kabala – Ranked best indigene
The name Momoh Konte is not only a household name among Freetown residents, Elites, or Political party members, but it is a name that goes more beyond the capital right unto the least district in the country.
A cross section of residents in the Koinadugu District described the NATCOM boss as a living philanthropist and the best who has ever emerged from that district in terms of providing developmental projects within the township of Kabala and the entire district, adding that he is the only descendant from that district that has single-handedly undertaken several developmental projects within the township as a way of giving Kabala a new facelift.
Over the weekend, I visited the township and noted that the township is moving in top gear with different projects which are his sole handiwork. The projects include the building of an ultra modern clock tower, providing unemployed youths with motor bikes, providing cash for the District Ebola Team on a monthly basis, and above all, providing scholarship for students throughout the district.
Sitting with youths at Tatoo–G ataya base, the most popular base within the Kabala town where you can find people from all walks of life, I spoke with different youths who disclosed to me that Momoh Konte’s projects have really benefitted and given the township a new face.
According to them, there are three main descendants from the district Kelfala Marrah , Minister of Finance, Peter Bayoko Conteh aka Ajaz former Minister of Tourism and Culture, and Momoh Konte who is the boss of NATCOM, all whom have undertaken some projects in the township but Momoh Konte’s projects have created the most impact as they are not only limited to a certain region, religion, tribe or party, but cut across all facets of society.
Speaking to this medium, a member of the District Ebola Team, Alusine Kamara of Fullah street, said Momoh Konte has been the only one since the arrival of the epidemic that has been providing stipends for the team to a tune of Le10million on a monthly basis, noting that despite the job being a voluntary one, the monthly stipend donated by Momoh Konte has caused them to be more interested in it. Momoh Konte, he went on, has regularly been visiting Kabala to monitor the Ebola situation.
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