10 December 2012

Liberia: Sinoean Advances Suggestions for Road Improvement

A suggestion for the improvement of the road linking Grand Bassa, Rivercess and Sinoe Counties has been made by a prominent citizen of Sinoe County.

Making the suggestion, Rev. Dr. James M. Kofi said the Superintendents of the three counties should find means through which they can sit together to discuss about how the road linking their three counties can be improved.

During their discussion, Dr. Kofi prevailed on the superintendents to call on their citizens for their financial contributions that will be used for fuel to improve the road that is connecting the counties in the people's interest.

Rev. Dr. Kofi made the suggestion recently upon his return from Sinoe County where he went to attend the development meeting of Tarsue Township.

The Tarsue Township development meeting was held between the Tarsue citizens and the Equatorial Palm Oil Company (EPO) that is presently operating in Tarsue, Sinoe County and it was also attended by Superintendent Milton Teahjay and Sanquin District Superintendent Chrisine Wlehjlay.

According to Rev. Kofi, the meeting by the Superintendents will help create ways and means through which the road linking the three counties can be improved. He said citizens of the three counties should help themselves instead of depending on the time government will get ready to build the road.

Rev. Dr. Kofi said his suggestion to the three county superintendents came as a result of the continued bad road situation citizens of those counties are faced with over the years.

He said the road linking the three counties is in a deplorable condition which caused him and others that were traveling to spend four days on their way before arriving in Greenville.

He then appealed to the Superintendents of Bassa, Rivercess and Sinoe Counties to look into his suggestion and help improve their road.

Speaking at the same time about the physical outlook of the capital city of Greenville in Sinoe County, Rev. Dr. Kofi pointed out that the present condition of Greenville was not really bad but said Superintendent Milton Teahjay must be encouraged to do more to improve the city.

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