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Hon. Lawyer Bah Commenced Three Projects Costing 65Million Leones Across Constituency 115

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By SarranKabba

APC MP of Constituency 115 in Wellington, Freetown, Hon. Alpha Amadu Bah (Esq) on Thursday 16th December 2021 at the Wellington Community Centre presented the sum of Le 45Million Leones to Contractors for the paving of Magnus Street Market, completion of the Koya Town Fencing Project and the completion of fish drying stall at Palm Bridge Market. This is part disbursement of the total cost of the three projects costing Le 65Million Leones.

In his opening address, Hon. Lawyer Bah thanked his councilors, community stakeholders, his party’s constituency executive, other party executives, the  market women and all stakeholders for honoring his call on a short notice. He further informed all that the said sum was provided by Choitrams Chemicals and NATCO being their CDAP committment for 2021 and that the remaining cost will surely be sourced either personally or otherwise for the completion of the  said projects.

He added, “as your servant, the honour you bestowed on me is more valuable than any amount of money”. This is your money and I wanted you to be aware of it and take ownership of the project that is why I called on every community stakeholders to this meeting. According to Mr. Joseph SarkattiKoroma, Personnel Manager for NATCO this is not the first time that his office has been supporting the wellington community. “70% of our staffs are people from the Wellington Community”. He said that they as management of the NATCO and Choitram Chemicals decided to support HonourableAmadu because of his developmental strides within the community and that they trust him to carryout these projects. He admonished the people to work with the MP for the development of the community. The Constituency Chairman, Mr. Hassan Sesay, hanked the Honourable for living up to his responsibility. He highlighted many instances where Hon. Bah has supported and showed leadership in the community. He said there was a time when markets women were arrested and needed a lawyer to represent them,  Hon. Bah made himself willingly available

Chief YaAlimamy Katehgbehll also thanked Hon. Bah for the occasion adding that the projects are timely and that it will greatly impact the lives of the people. Councilor Luckyn Mansaray on behalf of the community thanked NATCO factory and Choitram Chemicals for their corporate social responsibility in the community. He assured the people that they as political leaders in the community will continue to bring development and to work for the community. The meeting was climaxed by the handing over of the projects to Contractors Alie Samu and John L. Koroma for a contract duration of 21 days.