Bong County District #2 Representative, James Kolleh, has disclosed plans by his office to deliver on major campaign promises during his first hundred days in office.
Rep. Kolleh told reporters that he is doing everything humanly possible to ensure the people of District #2 experience the necessary benefits of their decision.
Among several things, Rep. Kolleh promised good road network, quality healthcare system and opportunities for young people.
The People’s Unification Party (PUP) lawmaker, who is currently on an appreciation tour across the District, informed citizens that his office in collaboration with the of District #5 Representative, Edward Karfiah has commenced rehabilitation works on the Suakoko-Yeadiwoan highway, which connects District #5 with District #2.
He said several other major roads across District #2 will be affected during the stipulated period.
Rep. Kolleh has also presented 100 bags of cement, plus L$50,000 to the William V. S. Tubman Gray High School in Gbarnga and a US$500 worth of projector to the Miracle Assembly of God.
He said several communities and institutions are expected to benefit materials and cash as he continues to tour the District.
He spoke over the weekend in Palala, Kpaii District at a major political rally organized by senatorial hopeful, Edward Karfiah.
The event marked the official launch of a political mantra, “rescue, restore and rebuild,” otherwise known as triple R by Rep. Karfiah.