Bomi citizens grateful to Western Cluster

Several residents, especially youths in Tubmanburg, Bomi county have showered praises on Western Cluster Liberia limited for rehabilitating several feeder roads in the communities.

The company, as part of its corporate social responsivity, decide to  rehabilitate  the roads. Not only that, but also,  will extend its projects to  other areas in the county. The Chief Executive Officer of Western Cluster, Joseph Coelho made this  known to the media over the weekend. He said,   besides carrying out business, they are sensitive to the needs  of  the people and will do all in their power to carry out  projects for the betterment of all everyone

Commending the company, Mr.  George  D. Gbarlay, Development Chairman of Balasua community, one of the  beneficiaries communities in  Tubmanburg, said he was delighted to see Western Cluster limited  carry out these projects.

He  said: “thanks to the western Cluster  family in paving our feeder roads in Tubmanburg. Where we never had entry into the place, we can now move there. We want to recommend to them that  they should not stop here, but to other places outside of Tubmanburg.”

He however appealed to them in effecting the projects. “As we approach the rainy season, they should look at the strategic areas so we can move smoothly in  our community. We want to encourage them so that  the road conditions can be smooth, So that our community dwellers  can move.”

He said not only road rehabilitation, “but also they should work on hand pumps and open wells as well we have in our communities in our rural areas.”

For her part, madam Myria S. Barclay thanked the company for undertaking the feeder road projects.

Thanks, WCL by paving the roads. “The road was very bad. This time, motor bike not  throw us down. Not only Tubmanburg alone, but areas, they should try to extend the roads to other places.”ArcelorMittal Liberia Supports Local Effort to Raise Awareness on Environment and Climate Change

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