Citizens of the third session in the Cinta Township, Margibi County are calling on the Government of Liberia, through their local authorities, to improve and make their hand-made road project a success. The Citizens are in need of urgent assistance from their local authorities, politicians in the county, as well as all well- meaning Liberians to complete the project.
A spokesman of the citizens told reporters last weekend at the scene of the project in the Cinta Township that the road, which begins from Scott Farm to Damamu, was being manually built with a power saw and other locally made tools.
Mr. Moses Fekpeh said the lack of road connectivity in the township prompted their endeavor, stressing that when completed, the road would enhance easy transportation, trade and commerce, as well as health care in the area.
According to him, the road project is currently 60% funded by their share of the county’s social development fund to the tone of US$2, 400.00 provided by the Stein Bock Company engaged in abstracting rocks from the township. He, however, appreciated the Cinta Township Commissioner- William B. S. Julye, for his tremendous efforts exerted in making the amount available.