Rep. Mensah Dedicates Five Modern Projects in Bong


 -Vows To Continue To Undertake Life-Changing Development Projects In District#6

By Patrick Stephen Tokpah 

Salala District-Bong County Electoral District#6 Representative Moima Briggs Mensah has dedicated five modern projects in the County.

Speaking at the dedicatory ceremony of the projects on November 29, 2022, the Lower Bong County Lawmaker said the projects are intended to change the dynamics of leadership in the District in terms of development.

Rep. Mensah asserted that gone are the days when political hustlers exploited the goodwill of the people of Salala District who provided them with the enabling environment they enjoy nowadays.

 The Bong County female Representative named the construction of Town Halls, Women’s Centers, motorcyclist terminals among others.

The down-to-earth Lawmaker said she has touched every part of the District with a life-changing development for the people of her constituent in the County.

The Lower Bong County Representative boastfully said she has a love for her people and she will continue to strive in other to put a smile on their faces whenever they need development.

Additionally, Representative Mensah has vowed to continue to lobby with her colleagues in and out of Liberia for more developmental support for the people of Salala District and Bong County at large.

Also, former Liberia Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Nathaniel F. McGill lauded Representative Moima Briggs Mensah for the life-changing development projects she continues to undertake in Salala District.

The Margibi County Senatorial hopeful admonished Bongese to stand with Representative Mensah in the County for more development

He further underscored the importance of unity in Bong County, on the ground that if it’s done, it will help the County to become great in terms of development.

The US-sanctioned and former Minister further vowed to work with the Salala District Lawmaker for the overall development of Salala District and Bong County at large.

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