Superintendent of Bomi County, Samuel Folley Brown
Bomi Superintendent Pledges Support to SAPEC Project
By David Seedee, LINA Bomi County Correspondent
TUBMANBURG, May 10 (LINA) – The Superintendent of Bomi County, Samuel Folley Brown, has pledged the County administration's support to the Small Holder Agriculture Productivity Enhancement and Commercialization (SAPEC) Project in the execution of its program.
Superintendent Brown expressed optimism that the SAPEC Project will help to change the lives of the people of Bomi County as well as improve nutritional support for the population through rice, cassava and vegetable production.
Superintendent Brown made the pledge when he launched the SAPEC Project at the Tubmanburg City Hall on Friday, May 9.
He observed that 70 percent of the population of Bomi County, which currently stands at 84,119, is farmers.
Superintendent Brown said the soil of the county is fertile and good enough for agricultural productivity, noting that if the people of Bomi fully utilize the soil given them by nature through agriculture, there will be no cause for them to import rice and vegetables in the county.
He said it will also serve as an economic basket for the farmers, if they invest in the soil for economic sustainability.
According to Superintendent Brown, the county is making significant strides in the agriculture sector.
Meanwhile, Superintendent Brown has called on the people of Bomi County to get fully involved in the SAPEC Project, noting that the project has been initiated to help residents of Bomi utilize the soil and grow their own food to improve our lives.
He observed that this can be considered as self-employme