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Supt. Dunor Promises To Complete Projects In 2015
By Korboi K Gbelewala, LINA Lofa County Correspondent
VOINJAMA, March 23 (LINA) - Lofa County Superintendent George Dunor has assured Lofians that his administration is committed to completing several of the county’s 2013/2014 development projects this year.
He named the projects as the construction of a combined total of 13.6 miles of feeder roads across the county, repairing of damaged bridges, reconditioning of farm-to-market roads and district halls, among others.
He noted that the projects could not be completed in 2014due to the Ebola outbreak which diverted the attention of the local authority and national government to tackling the dreadful virus.
Superintendent Dunor made the disclosure in a recent interview with the Liberia News Agency in Voinjama.
He called on commissioners and other local leaders who headed the projects to work collectively with their citizens in making sure that these projects are speedily carried out as the government is prepared to dedicate them by the end of the year.