Grand Cape Mount County District Two Representative, James Benson, has donated 100 bags of cement to the construction of a twelve classroom Skills Training Center, undertaken by the youth of Gonelor Town, Tewor District. According to Rep. Benson, the donation was in fulfillment of the pledge made to the young people of the district last years as part of his contribution to the development of Tewor District.
The Grand Cape Mount lawmaker also promised to continue supporting the project until its get completed. He made the promise during the presentation ceremony Sunday,31 January in the District.
“This form part of my contribution to the development of Tewor District, in Grand Cape Mount County”, Rep. Benson noted. The center when completed will be use to train (empower) unskilled and would-be school drop-outs residing in other districts if not only limited to Tewor District.
The District youths are providing manpower such as molding of dirt bricks, rattan for roofing and other local materials. Responding to the gesture, Mr. Mazama Willie, National Chairman of Gonelor Youth of Tewor District, praised the Representative for the donation, noting that it will go a long way in helping his people.
Mr. Willie expressed the belief that the gesture by the lawmaker will continue to be remember on the minds of the Tewor district residents. He then appealed to others who made similar promises to fulfill theirs.
He also thanked Iman Mohammed Passawe of the National Repentance Muslim of Liberia for the US$10,000 (Ten Thousand United States Dollars) contribution he made to the project. He assured then that if all the needed materials are made available the project would be completed within two months .
In a related development, Bomi County Senior Senator Lahai Gbagba Lasanna, who visited his hometown Golodee Lasana in Klay District,, presented LD$10,000 (Ten Thousand Liberian Dollars) to the people.
By Zinnah Cassell, Grand Cape Mount