Bomi County Flag
Klay Commissioner Concerned About Poor Roads
By David Pamas Seedee, LINA Bomi County Correspondent
TUBMANBURG, July 29 (LINA) - The Commissioner of Klay District in Bomi County, Alfred Zinnah, has said the prolonged delay in the rehabilitation of roads and bridges in the district is hampering the free movements of people.
Commissioner Zinnah said it is also affecting business activities in the district because residents are compelled to tote loads on their heads to markets due to the refusal of drivers to ply the deplorable roads.
Commissioner Zinnah told the Liberia News Agency in Tubmanburg Tuesday that the rehabilitation of roads and bridges leading to Monnah and Gonzip Towns, which started two years ago, are yet to be completed.
He said the projects, which are considered Legislative Projects, are under the supervision of House Speaker Alex Tyler.
He put the cost of the projects at US$75,000.
Commissioner Zinnah said the Mano River Construction Company is rehabilitating the roads and bridges linking Gonzip Town to Amadou Town and Monnah Town to Weamuyan Town.