As part of his continuous developmental initiatives in Suakoko and Yellequelleh Districts, a prominent son of one of the districts has constructed and dedicated a flush latrine to marketers and commuters at the Phebe Junction in Suakoko District.
Providing an overview of the project recently, James Borbor Sao said his intervention is as a result of an earlier appeal made to him by the Suakoko District Youth Council.
James Dorbor Sao, who said the cost of the project is a little over US$500.00, noted that for his staunch stance on issues he will always identify with his people in electoral district #5 whenever the need arises.
This brings to four the number of latrines Sao has constructed in the district which he has resided. Part from latrines construction, Sao said when the David Faijue High School was in dare need he singlehandedly hired three chemistry, physic and mathematics teachers to assist for one academic year.
Based upon his many contributions in the area, several citizens have asked him to contest the district’s highest seat in the 2017 general elections, something he is yet to decide on.
The young man, who is the Procurement Director of Cuttington University, is currently sponsoring over fifteen students at that university along with others at various high schools across Bong County.
Speaking earlier, the president of the Suakoko District Youth Council, Jutomue Dargai Mulbah thanked Sao for been a fast responder to the needs of his people.
Dargai noted that the young man’s gesture will go a long way in the existence of electoral district #5 in Bong County.
By: Joseph Armstrong Doloyuwah