LIBERIA: NPA Managing Director Rescues People With Lived In Poverty For Years

Women fetching in creeks for unsafe drinking water (Photo: 2Tangog Incorporated)

By 2Tango Incorporated

The Managing Director of the National Port Authority (NPA) Bill Twehway has hugely rescued his kinsmen in Cee Town in Rivercess County his home town which has now becomes a mini paradise among surrounding Towns and Communities in the area.

Women fetching water from the creek on their way home (Photo: 2Tango Incorporated)

The new ‘Mini Paradise’ which has been electrified has now becomes a modern structures colored blue and white including fresh running water, abandoning the using of unsafe drinking water from creeks and unsafe wells for their daily lives.

According to the NPA Managing Director who is affectionately call Gbehkugbeh Junior has been lauded for his nationalistic gesture for bringing modern life to the residents of Cee Town; his kind gesture has been felt by the citizens of this town.

Now a modern hand pump for the people of Cee Town (Photo: 2Tangoe Incorporated)

The remote and under developed Town , Situated in District one Rivercess County unlike before has now been transformed by a son of the soil.

Living in such a hut and never imagine and perhaps dreamed of such a day to come but one of the happiest beneficiaries oldma Philip James unlike his mud hut which he has lived in for nearly hundred years has now spend his first night in his mini paradise as a result of the intervention of Mr. Twehway.

Before: Cee Town (Photo: 2Tango Incorporated)

Old man James shocked and to his disbelieve was visited briefly and subsequently ushered into his new home by President George Weah accompanied by the NPA boss during a brief turning over ceremony of his mini paradise to him.

Believe to be one of the oldest man in the Town, Philip due to his age barely walk and see clearly but upon his exit from planted earth will forever be grateful for such a transformation into his life, said some of the residents of the Town.

Now: Cee Town (Photo: 2Tango Incorporated)

One of the citizens of this town, Oldman Philip James could not withhold his gladness due to the level of surprise he encountered when he was gladly given one of the modern buildings built by the NPA boss to redeem the people of this historic Cee town.

Old man James shocked and to his surprise was visited briefly and subsequently ushered into his new home by President George Weah accompanied by the NPA boss during a brief turning over ceremony of his mini paradise to him.

NPA Boss, Bill Twehway with one of the senior citizens and beneficiaries , Old man Philip James (Photo: 2Tango Incorporated)

Believe to be one of the oldest man in the Town, Philip due to his age barely walk and see clearly but upon his exit from planted earth will forever be grateful for such a transformation into his life, said some of the residents of the Town.

With his facial expression depicting his appreciation for such a  great relief for his new shelter, The happy beneficiary like others are now enjoying the fruits from the Labour of their son(Bill Twehway)

Though the project is not fully completed but the new mini paradise unlike its neighboring counterparts has not changed the entire outlook of the area as a historic and land mark milestone for the residents of Cee Town is now the order of the day.

About Cholo Brooks 14633 Articles
Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.

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