Rep. Nagbe Sloh’s Legacy Lives

MONROVIA-Sinoe County Legislative Caucus Chairman Crayton Duncan has unveiled plans to construct a concrete City Hall in Ducor Free, District two, Sinoe County and to be named in honor of fallen Lawmaker as the Jay Nagbe Sloh City Hall.

“Transportation of the cement from Greenville to the project site will begin next week to set the pace for the execution of the project “, he told the people of District two,  Sinoe County.

Already he stressed that building materials for the City Hall project have been purchased.

According to Representative Duncan, he will work very hard to ensure that the legacy of his fallen friend, colleague, and ally continues to live on.

Speaking during an honoring program on February 17, 2022, Lawmaker Duncan said the late Representative Sloh had his people at heart, “he was very passionate about changing the conditions of his people, he was gifted in putting ideas together, good at composing, and was always bold and ready to speak his heart”, he recounted.

Among other things, the Sinoe County Legislative caucus chair told the gathering that the fallen Lawmaker’s priority was to ensure that he opens up roads in his district including Jadepo.

“We agreed to capitalize on each other gifts and begin to champion the cause of our people, especially the first dream of opening roads in our county “, he explained.

Narrating further, Lawmaker Duncan said he and his late colleague traveled to China and had a big meeting with three companies even though the COVID-19 slowed down their operations but disclosed that one of the companies is currently in Liberia.

The company currently operating in Tartweh has brought in the Country a total of seventeen yellow machines while the balance ten to make a total of twenty-seven is expected soon, he informed the people of District two Sinoe County.

“His work is living on and so is his legacy”, he maintained.

The Sinoe District one Representative said he will give the Company this year especially during the dry season to carryon their work in Tartweh mainly by cutting logs, fixing of roads and bridges but beginning next year, they will head to district two Sinoe County in a move to keep the legacy of his fallen colleague alive.

“We told them to bring in more machines not only to cut logs but to open up roads for our people in order to help address the old age challenge for them”, he uttered.

He at the same time named the construction of the first High School in the Jleea statutory district including market building thereby removing the women of  Dugbe River from the sun as a few of the many projects he has so far earmarked for the people of District two Sinoe County.

Duncan re-emphasized that he and his late Colleague had a great plan to change Sinoe County and that plan will not die once he Duncan is still alive even though his ally is no more.

Currently, “I am working along with Samson Wiah , Sinoe County District two Representative hand in hand and together we will keep the dream and legacy alive for our Former Representative Sloh, he assured citizens of the County.

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