Some Residents of Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County is calling for the immediate investigation of the City Mayor Edwin H. Korha.
The Chairman of the Concern citizens of Robertsport, Mr. Varney G. Kawah said, the Mayor of Robertsport has refused to work in their interest as citizens and is mute on his activities when questioned about such.
According to Kawah, they have served Mayor Korha a communication citing him to a meeting to discuss about the US$38,750 that was allocated to the city by the county caucus, but he has since refused.
The Chairman also asserted, that the Mayor has been receiving local taxes from GSM companies, billboards, fish landing site, business actors but nothing have been seen in the city as development.
” We have been in serious darkness as it relates to the Mayor leadership in the city, he has said to us, that he is not answerable to us, and we don’t know where those monies collected are used for, these issues are causing serious delay in the growth and development of the city,” he added.
Meanwhile, during a meeting, Mayor Edwin H. Korha said, has been working with the citizens through their Representative on the city council and as such he expects the councils member to disseminate those information to their people.
According to the Mayor, he has collected findings from business actors and as such those monies are in the account of the city cooperation.
He at the same time encouraged residents to visit his office regularly to get those information about relative to income generation.
Meanwhile, the Fiscal Affairs Superintendent of Grand cape Mount, Hon. Varney A. Sheriff has called on the Mayor to work with the citizens for a better Robertsport.
He at the same time, ask the Mayor Korha to reduce all business or local taxes in order to avoid tension from citizens.
For his part, the Superintendent of Grand Cape Mount County, Hon. Aaron B. Vincent appeal to the citizens of Robertsport to be calm as investigation will go on as to how the Mayor has been executing his duty and funding.
Speaking on the $38,750USD, Hon. Vincent said, the amount has not been given to anyone and as such the committee that was organized by the Legislative caucus of Cape Mount will need to work tirelessly to project a positive development in the city.
Hon. Vincent assured citizens of more developmental funds to come if only they can work together for the sole purpose of the development of Grand cape mount county.
Supt. Vincent strongly warm the mayor to be flexible to his people, stressing because of them, he has such a position.