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In Grand Kru County: Rep. Koffa To Undertake US$784K Development Projects

In Grand Kru County:

Rep. Koffa To Undertake US$784K Development Projects

In response to citizens and residents of Grand Kru County appeal for the implementation of 41 projects in the county, District#2 Rep. Jonathan Fonati Koffa has assured his office’s commitment to ensure the full implementation of the various projects.

Koffa said, his office is committed to undertake the 41 projects earmarked for the 81 communities in the district.

The House’s Chair on Judiciary maintained that the prospective projects will be executed through the Legislative Special Project (LSP) and the Atheena Development Corporation (ADC) respectively.

The LSP will implement 29 projects while the Athena Development Corporation will undertake 12 adding, “the projects will officially commence in 2019 and reach its final completion in 2024”.

According to the projects implementation plan, copy of which is in possession of the Business Day Liberia, listed eight projects which will be done in Dorboh District capital, Nyankukpo will benefit from the construction of a youth center valued at (US$100,000), a junior High School (US$30,000); five hand pumps and two pit latrines (US$8,000) and office space for the Revenue Court (US$500).

Others are Instructional and Educational Materials (US$2,500); Generator for the administrative building (US$250); the Construction of Town Hall (US$15,000) and construction of a Maternity Center for (US$5,000).

 

In the town of Bolloh Weayan, a-six classroom building will be constructed (US$25,000); construction of a town hall (US$15,000); construction of market building (US$15,000) and the erection of two pit latrines and five hand pumps (US$8,000).

For the town of Bolloh Jleteken, there will also be a construction of six classroom building (US$25,000) followed by the construction of a market building and 100 armchairs at the cost of (US$15,000).

In Bolloh Doeswen, there will be the construction of a road to connect Poe and Bollor Nyankupoe; (US$15,000) and purchase of 100 armchairs and mineral water  machine at both (US$15,000) and (US$5,000) respectively including the renovation of Sasstown High School, (US$150,000) and the George T. Worjloh Elementary School (US$25,000) in Sasstown.

In Jekwigbo, the construction of a bridge have been proposed at (US$25,000); the construction of a Guest House in Down Beach (US$25,000); fencing of the grave yard of Juah Nimely Herbes Memorial in Felorken (US$25,000); the construction of an Elementary School in Dayokpo (US$25,000) and the construction of six classroom building in Nyenbetee at (US$25,000).

The remaining project listing include the construction of a Town Hall in Barfowen (US$15,000); 25 bags of cement for the Church building (US$200) and the construction of clinics (US$25,000) in Kaykpo. While in Plurluken city, there will be construction of a Town Hall (US$25,000) in Wargbo, Rural Women Empowerment (US$20,000); construction of a Guest House (US$25,000); construction of a market building (US$15,000) and the erection of five hand pumps and two pit latrines (US$8,000).

In Wlapuken town, there will also be the rehabilitation of a road from Changbeboe to Doleken (US$15,000); the purchase of150 armchairs (US$2,250); construction of a market building (US$15,000); construction of a youth center (US$10,000) and the erection of five hand pumps and two pit latrines. The erection of five hand pumps and two pit latrines will also be undertaken in New Town.

Lastly, there will be the construction of a Guest house (US$25,000); in Gee City and in Kayken Town; there will be the erection of a Day Care Center (US$15,000) and the continuation of scholarship payment (US$25,000) for deserving students of the township.

Construction of a-12 room Jr. High School building in Taybu valued at (US$25,000).

The above projects were proposed for immediate implementation by  40,000 constituents in  Grand Kru County District#2 following  Cllr. Koffa’s tour of the district in the wake of his successful  victory in the 2017 General and Presidential elections.

Reports say the total amount for the implementation of the projects is estimated to cost around US$784,000.

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