Margibi: Binda’s Care Foundation Breaks Ground For Multi-Purpose Terminal


Construction works on a  multi-purpose state of the art terminal for motorcyclists and vehicles in the Ms. Moore Community along the Bong Mines Road, Kakata, Margibi County will shortly commence following the official ground breaking ceremony by the Binda’s Care foundation.

The project a little over $7,500 United States dollars is expected to be completed in three months  and will includes, resting place with flat screen television, bathrooms, office, car and bike washing center amongst others according to the Chief Executive Officer of the foundation, Mr. Jonah S. Binda.

“This is the first major initiative of Binda’s Care foundation in Margibi and third of similar project in District #4; the project if completed will host over hundreds of motorcyclists and vehicles owners who have gone to wash their Bikes and Cars especially doing the rainy season.” He added.

Binda continued that it is his own way of given back to this people; as he encouraged other citizens and young people of the county particularly District #4 to support developmental initiatives and leave good legacy which will be remember.

“I am a son of Margibi, I was born in District #4 and I think it is prudent enough to bring such initiative to the District. My foundation did similar projects in District# and we hope to continue across district #4″ Mr. Binda narrated.

Binda further cautioned  beneficiaries to take the project as theirs.

However, beaming with smile, the Youth Chairman of the area, Abraham Jackson, lauded the Binda’s Care Foundation for such initiative, stating that the project will boost the community and surroundings.

He disclosed that the young people have been yarning for such opportunity, and seeing it coming to light worth appreciation and promised to safe guide the facility.

Jackson then called on other well-meaning citizens of Margibi to follow similar path of Mr. Jonah Binda and his charity foundation.

Many locals were also in a joyous mood as they shower praises and appreciating Mr. Jonah Binda and his foundation for taking such initiative in their county.