The Representative of Electoral District #2 has presented his annual Legislative development report to the people of the district.
At a mass meeting of citizens in Foloblai- the district headquarters on Saturday, Representative Prince Kermue Moye, prior to revealing projects earmarked for 2015, disclosed the completion of several projects he promised the people of the district during 2014.
Moye named the Tamayta clinic, Nyarta clinic, Foloblai Town Hall, Foloblai commissioner compound, as well as the Gbenequelleh-Jaryea Road, Duaita School, and the elevation of the M. V. Massaquoi School to a full fledge high school, among others.
The Bong County Lawmaker also named the Lelei Bridge, Tolomaian School and Lelekpayea School currently under construction, as some of his major development initiatives in the past year.
As part of his development drive for 2015 in consultation with citizens of the district, he will construct four clinics and provide a mobile clinic on the basis of free service in isolated communities of the district, assuring to remain committed to the development of electoral district #2 so as to become the best in the county.
He used the occasion to urge citizens not to be carried away by cheap propaganda from detractors- something, he said, was intended to take them off the track of unity in the district.
In remarks, a member of the Constitutional Review Committee and Coordinator of the Civil Society Council of Bong County called on the citizens to support the work of their Representative who, they believed, was ably representing his people.
Former Deputy Internal Affairs Minister for Administration Soko Sackor noted that the Lawmaker was able to achieve a lot of initiatievs within the three years he has spent in the House of Representatives.