Montserrado County Senior Senator Saah Joseph Saturday February 1, 2020 broke grounds for a mini technical college in district thirteen Montserrado County.
The college according to Senator Joseph is in fulfillment of a promise he made to the people of district-13 when he was Representative of the District.
He said he is passionate to help less fortunate children go back to School in order to help transform the Country.
Reflecting on his suffering days in history, he noted it is time for Liberian children to now maximized the opportunity given them unlike in the past to make a difference in the society.
The project Senator Joseph pointed out upon completion will be a modern three store building comprising a computer lab and will as well be well furnished with all other school related materials available.
Currently he disclosed that chairs, tables and many others are already in the Country as testimony of their readiness for the project.
The Montserrado County Lawmaker promised to wave his January to December salaries just to ensure the completion of the mini technical college.
Additionally, he confirmed that materials for the foundation of the project are already available as the contractors have assured the body that they will lift up till time deadline and have therefor promise about 75% of the project completion in three to four months’ time.
“I earned $90,000usd annually and the project is 1m, so I will make available the balance 10,000usd”, he noted.
However, and due to the importance of the project, I am negotiating with the bank to make available $50,000usd initially for the execution of the project”, Senator Joseph intoned.
According to him the project is a community initiative as such working together to make it better should be the core of it all, he encouraged the citizens of District thirteen, Montserrado County.
The project when completed will be the first in the New Georgia Community and according to Senator Joseph, will be free of charge except for a minimum and affordable registration fees.