Bong County Representative Prince Moye has admonished his constituents not to listen to anti-development politicians, seeking their votes for the October elections.Representative Moye, who hails from Jorquelleh District#2, says since his election in 2011, his people have benefited several developmental initiatives.
Rep. Moye names construction of clinics, schools and bridges as among his key interest in the district. He called on his constituents to re-elect him, if Jorquelleh District #2 must become second to none developmentally in Bong.
He specifically accused Bong County Senator Jewel Howard Taylor of supporting an aspirant to unseat him, and called on the senator to re-direct her thoughts in improving conditions at her clinic constructed in Gbenequelleh.
Representative Moye alleged that since the construction of the makeshift clinic by Senator Taylor in 2008, the facility has not administered single penicillin to a child in Gbenequelleh.
The District#2 Lawmaker made the comments among scores of citizens and local leaders at programs marking the dedication of a hand pump and a public latrine in Gbenequelleh market recently.
-Editing by Jonathan Browne