Deputy Information Minister for Administration Andrew Termeh has constructed three wooding bridges in Sanoyea District, Bong County to help ease movement of citizens. The bridges, which connect several towns and villages along the St. Paul River, will also ease transportation of goods and services within the district.
Speaking during an inspection of the projects, Deputy Minister Termeh said the initiative is his own way of assisting his people, who are finding it difficult in moving about as they have to trek several hours before finding motorcycles to take them to their various destinations.
According to him, being a son of Sanoyea, he feels obliged to intervene in the lives of the citizens whose lives are primarily tied around farming and need road connectivity to carry their produce to the market.
Termeh said villagers in the remote part of Sanoyea face serious difficulties and their sufferings need to come to an end. He pledged his continuous support to citizens’ initiatives in the district.
Citizens gathered in Freeman’s Town to welcome Termeh with congratulatory messages, thanking him for the relief he has brought to them. They described him as a true son who has been very consistent in extending helping hand to them.
They then call on other well-meaning sons of the district to emulate Termeh’s initiative, which demonstrate a characteristic of a senior citizen.
By Papa Morris from Bong County-Editing by Jonathan Browne