28 February 2013

Liberia: Nimba Lawmaker Identifies Additional Projects for Renovation

The Administrative Assistant in the office of Hon. Garrison Yealu of Twah-River Electoral District #4 in Nimba County, Mr. Kelvin Y. Yormie and a team comprising personnel of the Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment (LACE), recently conducted an assessment of five Public Schools and two market sites in the District.

Mr. Yormie, who recently returned from the assessment tour in the District told the Informer that the team assessed facilities such as Garplay Public School, District Education Office, Beo-Karweatuo Public School, Beo-Gborplay Public School, Beo-Bongarplay Public School, and Garplay Public Martket.

"Hon. Yealu, who repeatedly said that his administration is 'people centered' was doing everything possible to ensure that his people are happy as he stated that, 'once my people are happy I am happy'."

He revealed that the first year of the administration of the district office at the National legislature was marked by the completion of two modern conference halls in two chiefdoms in the district, as a fulfillment of the promises made during the 2011 election campaign.

Mr. Yormie furthered that in year two, Beo and Lon-Zean Chiefdoms will be the next target on the development agenda, as everything has been designed to make the people in every section of the district feel the impact of development projects in the electoral district.

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