The management of the Road Construction and Engineering Company operating in the Township of Louisiana, Lower Montserrado County has contributed US$60,000.00 (Sixty Thousand United States Dollars) toward two major development projects as part of its social agreement with the locals.
The confirmation was contained in a statement made on 19 December by the Commissioner of Louisiana Township, Solomon Miller during an interactive development meeting with citizens.
He told inhabitants of the township that the meeting was intended to update them on the Social Agreement contributions of the RCEC as well as its usage for the construction of the Louisiana Elementary and Junior High School and Town Hall, respectively.
Commissioner Miller explains that money used to construct the two local government infrastructures in the Township came from the RCEC 2014 Social Development contributions, which have brought a great relief to the people of the area in terms of education and citizens’ gathering.
He lauds the RCEC for living up to the Social Agreement entered into with the Township of Louisiana, which has reduced the many constraints the inhabitants faced in educating their children as well as holding programs, among others.
The commissioner calls on other companies doing business in the area to emulate the good example of the RCEC by meaningfully adhering to Social Development Agreements signed so that the township will implement development activities to impact the lives of the inhabitants.
By Emmanuel Mondaye-Editing by Jonathan Browne