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Kpadebah Craves Citizens’ Involvement In County Development Projects
By D. Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount Correspondent
ROBERTSPORT, October 10 (LINA) - The Superintendent of Grand Cape Mount County, Tenneh Simpson Kpadebah, is calling on Cape Mount citizens both home and abroad to buttress the county’s development agenda.
Superintendent Kpadebah said the reconditioning and construction of roads in the county will help minimize economic constraints facing the people of Cape Mount.
Making the call at a constituency meeting of government line ministries, agencies and commissions in Robertsport Friday, Kpadebah disclosed that the deplorable condition of roads has resulted to the death of three persons in recent times.
The Cape Mount Superintendent who did name the three victims, told the gathering that they died while being taken to clinics for medical treatment on foot due to the bad condition of roads.
Madam Kpadebah added that patients in critical condition are often transported to health centers in hammocks because of bad roads.