Weala To Get First High School
By Richard D. Baysah, Margibi County Correspondent
KAKATA, Jan 30 (LINA) - Construction work of a modern high school building costing US$250,000 in Weala Town, Cinta Township in Margibi County is over 50 percent completed, Cinta Commissioner William Julye has said.
Speaking in an interview with the Liberia News Agency Wednesday in Weala, Commissioner Juyle said when completed structure will be the first public high school in the township and the entire Gibi District in upper Margibi County.
He said it will comprise 10 classrooms, an administration building and toilet facilities, among others.
Mr. Juyle said the construction work is being done by the MOBELL Construction Company with funding from the 2012/2013 fiscal budget Legislative Support project under the supervision of the Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment, LACE.
Meanwhile, citizens of Weala Town are commending Margibi County District Number Five Representative, Emmanuel J. Nuquay, for the initiative.
They told the Liberia News Agency that since the election of Nuquay as their representative, he has ably represented them in the National Legislature.