26 February 2013

Sierra Leone: Prof. Kandeh's Electricity Plan for Moyamba Town

Chairman of the Moyamba District Council has disclosed plans of providing electricity for the entire Moyamba township by working with council members to utilize monies given to the devolved sectors for that purpose.

Speaking at the second council meeting held at the district council hall in Moyamba, Professor Herbert Bob Kandeh stated that electricity will also be supplied to all other sectors. After his statement, many Moyamba residents who spoke to Concord Times described Prof.Kandeh's vision to bring development to the district as a laudable one.

They expressed optimism that the council chairman will do his best to achieve his plans, which they believe will put him in a vantage position to win a second mandate in the 2016 local council elections, while offering prayers for him to succeed in providing electricity for the township; a facility that has been absent in the district for decades.

"We are very happy that Prof. Bob Kandeh won the district council chairmanship contest on November 17, 2012.

He is a man with lots of innovations that can bring development to our district. We have no doubt that he will deliver on his promises," they said.

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