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Reports reaching this paper indicate that the citizens of Sinoe County are in total celebration, while the entire city of Greenville is said top have gone gay following the re-nomination Superintendent J. Milton Teahjay by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

Speaking to the New Dawn yesterday via mobile phone from Greenville, Mr. Kwaque Quelay, President of the Karbarday Youths Association, said the people of Sinoe County are overwhelmed with joy and grateful to President Sirleaf for such wise decision of retaining Mr. Teahjay as head of the county. Mr. Qualay said the citizens are happy because of the level of development carried out by Mr. Teajay during his first term of office.

According to him, Teahjay introduced a strategy that had helped in maintaining roads in the county in good condition, including the renovation of the Central Administrative Building in Greenville, construction of a clinic in Grisgby Farm and the clearing of the Sinoe County Rubber Plantation Corporation.

He also named the peaceful and successful clearing of illegal dwellers from the Sarpo National Park; the renovation of the Presidential Palace and the purchasing of road equipment as well as major renovation work on the Butew and Kabada administrative buildings, among others as achievements made in less than two years.

“We want to thank President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for the re-appointment of Supt. Teahjay. He has been an asset to the people of Sinoe County. Teahjay has carried out numerous developments that I cannot name all on the phone. Look at the revamping of the Sinoe County scholarship program, which was squarely operated from the floor of the Capitol Building is today being properly handled by the rightful authority of the county where deserving students are benefiting from today”, he said. 

Supt. Milton Teahjay was first appointed by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in 2009, replacing former Supt. Sylvester Grisgby, who was subsequently appointed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as Deputy Minister for Administration.

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