The Executive Director of the Liberia Agency for Community Empower (LACE) has concluded an inspection of Legislative Projects across Bong County.
Speaking to our Bong County correspondent after his inspection, Executive Director Julius Sele said he was impressed with the projects inspected so far in Bong County, adding that the projects were placed in the national budget for developments earmarked by lawmakers and members of their constituencies.
He clarified that funds were not given to lawmakers for the implementation of the projects, but under the control of LACE and the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning.
The LACE boss commended the contractors for the level of work being, indicating that he would continue to ensure that the projects are executed properly.
Mr. Sele noted that there were seven projects ongoing in the seven electoral districts of the county, specifically mentioning the renovation of the John F. Bakalu Junior High School and the construction of a clinic in Yowee as Legislative projects with which he was impressed during his tour.
The LACE Executive Director expressed the belief that much can be achieved with the collective effort of all citizens. By Papa Morris from Gbarnga, Bong County – Edited by George Barpeen