Rep Mulbah Presents Annual Report
Ballah M. Kollie
WAINSUE, Jan 22, (LINA) – Bong County Representative and Chairman of the County Legislative Caucus George S. Mulbah, has disclosed that there is an outstanding amount of US$100,000 intended for development in Jorquelleh District #1.
He said while there are unfinished and pending projects in the district, discussions are ongoing between his office and those of the Junior and Senior Senators on which project the money will fund.
Addressing citizens in Wainsue, Jorquelleh District #1constituency #3, when he presented his Annual Report on the second sitting of the 53 National Legislature on Sunday, Representative Mulbah named the construction of a Commissioner Compound in Wainsue Town, a Resource Center, Town Hall in Melekie Town, a warehouse for the Gbarnga Central Market, rehabilitation of the Kpaii-Gbarnmue road, the rehabilitation of streets in Gbarnga City as well as the sponsorship of 22 students at Cuttington University and the provision of 150,000 United States dollars for the Bong Community College as finished projects funded by the County Social Development Fund and National Budget.
The construction of a 50,000 United States dollars elementary school in Jenmieyea, Jorquelleh District, the construction of a bridge in Kpanyah, the construction of a hand pump in Cooperta and the completion of the Gboveh Community College as projects that are ongoing, while the construction of an elementary school in Kpaii Town and the rehabilitation of the Kayata road are pending.
The county development fund is an allocation from the National Budget, while the social development fund is contribution from concessions operating in the county, to finance development projects.
While promising to complete unfinished projects before the end of the 2012/2013 budgetary period, Representative Mulbah said during the second sitting of the National Legislature, he submitted two bills to parliament for consideration: the Act to create a magisterial court in Wainsue since in fact Wainsue is the headquarter of the district and an Act to rename the Gboveh Technical College as the Gabriel William Kpolleh Memorial Technical College.
The occasion is the eighth since his election in 2005 by the people of Jorquelleh District.