By Patrick Stephen Tokpah
GBARNGA- The Vice President of Liberia, Chief Dr. Jewel Howard Taylor has broken ground for the construction of a community Center for the Lofa Community in Gbarnga, Bong County.
Speaking at the ground breaking ceremony on January 16, 2021 in Gbarnga, Bong County, the Liberian Vice President said it was a sad day for the Lofa Community on grounds that she should have done this long time because she was senator for more than fourteen years. She described the project as a dream come true.
The project, she said is intended to host the Lofa Community together in the County. “I want to be visiting my people because my father came from Lofa County and my mother came from Bong County; and I have done lot of development in Bong County” she said.
Some members of the Lofa Community lauded VP Taylor for the opportunity provided to have their own community Hall in the County.
Moreover, the Liberian Vice President at the same time dedicated a motorcycle terminal in Far East Community, Gbarnga, Bong County.
Vice President Taylor said her intention of constructing the Motorcycle terminal was to take the motorcyclist from the rain in the County.
She promised to provide four Sola plates or panel in other give or provide lights during the night hour at the terminal.
VP Taylor at the same time vowed to work with her team to construct more motorcycle terminals in the County.
For his part, the President of the Far East Community Motorcyclists, Daniel Drillnyan lauded her for the initiative in the County.
The Far East motorcyclists President at same time called on VP Taylor to extend such initiative to other parts of the County.
Additionally, Drillnyan called on Vice President Taylor to invest in vocational education in other to allow the ordinary downtrodden to have access to vocational education in the Country.
At the same time, Vice President Taylor broke ground for the construction of a Christian Prayer Center in KollieTa-Wolah, Gbarnga, Bong County.
Vice President Taylor lauded the group for the prayer they continue to offer for leaders in the Country.
The Paryer Center is being built under the supervision of the Christ Christian Network in the County.
The Christ Christian Network is a conglomeration of Christian from different Christian denominations in the County.
Speaking on behalf of the group, Pastor Boimah Kamara extended commendation to VP Taylor for the opportunity provided them as preachers of the gospel to have a center for praying in the County.
According to him, the group was established in 2000 in Liberia to offer prayers for leaders and the Country.
He revealed that since the establishment of the group, they have been finding it very difficult to a have center for prayer.
The Liberian preacher man said Liberia as a Country, needs more prayers; because there has been lot evil done in the Country by some past and current leaders.
Meanwhile, the Liberian Vice President paid a visit to Electoral District number three to inspect a-ten-bedroom Clinic constructed in the County.