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Jorquelleh District # 3 Representative George S. Mulbah



Rep. Mulbah Delivers Legislative Report To Citizens 

By Philip T. Singbah LINA, Bong County Correspondent 

GBARNGA, October30 (LINA) - Jorquelleh District # 3 Representative George S. Mulbah has disclosed that the House of Representatives has passed 43 of the 80 bills introduced to thet body during its 4th session.

Representative Mulbah noted that key among the bills passed include the acts to establish Dolokelen Gboveh and E.J. Yancy Multilateral High Schools in Jorquelleh and Salala Districts, the Decent Work Act of 2010 and the Act establishing the National Disaster Management Agency of Liberia.

The Bong County lawmaker made the disclosure when he delivered his Annual Legislative Report to his constituents in the district recently.

He named others bills passed by the House as the Act to ratify a loan agreement between the Saudi Fund for Development and the Republic of Liberia for the rehabilitation of the Roberts International Airport (RIA) and the Act to establish the Rural Renewable Energy Agency.

Mulbah also mentioned the Liberia Board for Nursing and Midwifery Practice Act and the Act to establish the Liberia Institute of Road Engineering, Construction and Maintenance and the Act to incorporate the Bong County Technical College and grant it Charter as some of the key bills passed by members of the 53rd Legislature.

Highlighting major development projects in the district, Rep. Mulbah told the citizens that US$163.000 was used from the county’s Social Development Funds to construct the Gbarnga Market Warehouse, Kpayan Bridge, Wainsue Youth Center and Commissioner Compound.

On the issue of direct Legislative initiatives, the Jorquelleh District Representative informed the citizens that over US$200,000 was used to construct the Germeyeah Public School, rehabilitate the Wonkpalah bridge and the United Faith Healing Center in Gbarnga and supply assorted medical materials to Wainsue clinic.

Representative Mulbah said now that the E.J Yancy and Dolokelen Gboveh schools have been elevated to multilaterals, the government and her partners will invest more in the schools to develop middle class technicians who will support the county’s development agenda.

He praised the people of Jorquelleh for the support given him and promised to continue working with them for the advancement of the district.



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