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MP on Le46M Implementation Projects

MP on Le46M Implementation Projects

Member of Parliament representing Constituency 063 Yele Town at Gbonkolenken Chiefdom Hon. Dr. Abdulai Daniel Sesay has recently presented five key ongoing bullet points of Constituency development service delivery worth over Fourty-Six Million Leones.  (Photo: Hon. Dr. ABD Sesay)

The MP disclosed why he decided to embark on service delivery projects in his constituency stressing that because he want to maintain his integrity recalled his initially promised he made to his people.

The launching ceremony was centred on payment of scholarship and distribution of school learning materials, including text books, exercise books, pens, pencils, rulers and mathematical sets to 150 school pupils, other items were 200 bags of cement for the construction of Mayopoh village Community centre, and the sum of Le500,000 as food for work, 200 bags of cements and one turn Iron rods for the construction of the Gbonkolenken All Peoples Congress (APC) party office at Yele Town for the first time, also were 10 bundles of C.I. Sheets (8’ length) and one cotton nails for the rehabilitation of Mathamp village court Barry, and the sum of Le250,000 food for work. 10 bundles of Zinc to the recent heavy wind disaster that lead to the destruction Sierra Leone Muslim Brotherhood (SLMB) Primary school at Mabarr Line village, shovels, head pans as well as support to the rehabilitation of Yele Town Police station amongst others.

The MP expressed his thanks and appreciation to every stakeholder of Gbonkolenken for their resilience in his stewardship adding that this is full fill his election promises and frowned on politicians who tell lies for votes.

He said these projects would have been completed before this time but attributed the cause to the outbreak for which he appealed to them for cooperation stressing that the building materials are now available for implementation at various communities.

The MP also urged his constituents to prepare for the National Civil Registration Authority (NCRA) for the biometric registration that would declare individuals eligible to vote during the 2018election.

According to the MP voter registeration is a fundamental human right of all citizens adding that the process is important and required certain information that will help the country mapping out it’s demographic and Socio-economic development.

Constituency Chairman James Sasae Kanu, Gbonkolenken stakeholders representative Said Conteh, Joseph S. Kabia, representative from Ward Councillors Councillor Sulaiman Bangura AKA Osoya of Ward 218, Section Chief Pa. Kparr Lawyer amongst others also made silent contributions.

By: Mohamed Y. Turay

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