Le1 Billion Pavilion Project for Kenema
As a response to the cries by football fans for a better and befitting recreation ground in the Kenema City, the Kenema City Council has handed over to Malaya Construction Company the site for the construction of a 2,000-seater pavilion.
Presenting the site document to the Managing Director of the Malaya Construction Company on behalf the Mayor on Friday, 25TH September, 2015, Councilor Anthony Fonnie recalled that during 2012 mayoral election, Mayor Joseph Keifala, in his campaign message, promised to provide the people of Kenema a standard field which should be used for playing football and other recreation activities.
Councilor Fonnie further stated that the project is funded from the home source revenue and, therefore, appealed to people of Kenema especially property owners and business people to pay their dues to the council which he assured will not be misused as wrongly perceived.
In his statement, the Chief Administrator, Kenema City Council, Daniel Sahr Momoh, revealed that the full work on the 2,000-seater pavilion will start on the 10th October, 2015, and will last for 18 months and the total project costs Le 1.1 billion.
CA Momoh called on the people of Kenema to effectively monitor the project from start to end, adding that the project, when completed, will serve the present and future generations.
The Managing Director of Malaya Construction Company, Jerome Jusu, while receiving the project document assured the council and the people of Kenema that he will do his best to meet the standard set in the contract document as his company is a reputable one and will not compromise his profession.
He called on the council to give him the necessary support for the completion of the project within the time frame.
The bushy and dilapidated Kenema city field.
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