Lower Margibi: Mboo District Breaks Ground for New Administrative Building


By Abraham Kollie (Margibi Correspondent)

Herbal Lower Margibi county- Mboo Statutory District in Margibi County on Tuesday, July 21, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of a model administrative building that will be used by three districts in Margibi County.

Mboo District Superintendent Charles Karlon said the project is intended to bring relief to the people of Margibi County and break the long-awaited dreams of past leaders within the area.

The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by a cross-section of citizens in the county.

Superintendent Karlon wants all citizens in the county to contribute to the building process of Mboo by supporting the project with a dollar.

For his part, former district#2 lawmaker Ballah Zayzay said the establishment of Mboo statutory district was initiated under his administration after an act was passed for the operation of Mboo as a statutory district.

He said the first superintendent of Mboo statutory district came as a result of his recommendation to the president to appoint Henric Marcus Speare for the smooth operation of the district.

The former district#2 representative made his initial contribution with L$10,000 for the building project.