By: Abraham Kollie ( Correspondent)
Margibi County District#3 Representative has embarked on the rehabilitation of major roads in several communities in the district.
The road Rehabilitation exercise will connect Telecom and several other communities in the county. The project is funded by Rep. Ellen Attoh Wreh.
Our reporter said the rehabilitation comes as a result of the community dweller request presented to their Lawmaker decrying the challenges they face while traveling during the rainy season.
As the rehabilitation of the road began Wednesday, hundreds of residents of the district were seen in jubilation as they watched the front-end loader and bulldozer work on their roads.
Some residents in the district explained that the road, before being rehabilitated, was very deplorable and sometimes impossible, especially during the rainy season.
The residents meanwhile commended Rep. Wreh for the gesture and described the Lawmaker’s initiative as a “relief.”
Speaking to our reporter the district #3 lawmaker said that the rehabilitation exercise is her personal initiative to bring relief to her constituents.
Rep. Wreh dismissed rumor that the imitative is part of the China Union $US750, 000 Social Development found allotted to the county.
“There are rumors that the road rehabilitation currently ongoing in my district connecting Telecom and other communities in the district is part of the 750, 000 allocated by China Union, the imitative came as the result of the cry of my people about the deplorable conditions of roads in the district,” the lawmaker said.
The Margibi county district #3 lawmaker further outlined several developments in the district including: Human capacity building, Empowerment, infrastructural development, education, Health among others.
Meanwhile, Rep. Wreh has donated over 1,000 locally noise masks and thermometers to the margibi county school system as her initial contribution upon the reopening of schools across the country. She pledged her continuous support to students community upon the reopening of learning institutions across Margibi County amidst the deadly pandemic.