“All will be well”…President Weah tells Bomi citizens

Bomi–President George Weah at the start of his second leg of his nationwide tour which took him to Klay Bomi County, told citizens that all will be well despite distractions from opposition politicians.

He said his government would do everything possible to ensure that the people of Klay have access to a good health facility.  His statement was also in reference to series of appeals from citizens for the construction of a health center in their district.

Klay Township, which lies at a major crossroads between the border town of Bo waterside and the city of Monrovia, has yet to benefit from a health center.

For decades now, Klay district has had to rely on the former B.F. Goodrich rubber plantation that was later leased to Sime Derby palm plantation straddling the Lofa River which forms the boundary between Bomi and Grand Cape Mount Counties for public health services.

President Weah said, Liberia being the oldest independent country in Africa, cannot afford to leave Klay district without a health center.

In addition to the construction of the health center he assured the people of the construction of market building and the lighting of the main streets in Tubmanburg the Bomi County capital.

He added, “We will make sure you have good market building. I want to decentralize development.”    “This should be a city. This city should have good guest houses. The same benefits people in Monrovia enjoy,, you people here should be able to benefit it too” the President stressed.


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