LIBERIA: Rep. Johnson N. Gwaikolo Launches Construction Of Ferry On The St. John River

By Randall George | GNN Legislative Reporter|

The proposed ferry design

Citizens of District #9, Nimba County, and travelers, between Liberia’s central and south-eastern regions now have every reason of smiling, as District #9 Nimba County Representative; Representative Johnson N. Gwaikolo launched the construction of a Ferry over the St. John River.

At a colorful and well-attended mini program in Paynesville City, citizens of Nimba County D#9 gathered to witness the presentation and launch of a Ferry/Boat construction project that has been embarked on by their Lawmakers, Rep. Professor Johnson N. Gwaikolo.

Costing over thirty-eight thousand United States dollars, the Ferry when completed, will be stationed at the major crossing point over the St. John River between Binglahn, Nimba County, and Narkeh’s Town, Bong County.

The construction of the Ferry is expected to be completed in two months and a Liberian Contractor, ‘Paynesville Industrial Center (PIC).

Speaking at the program, Rep. Dr. Johnson N. Gwaikolo, told his kingsmen mainly from his district that he’s there to commit to the promises made to the people of electoral district #9, Nimba County on his campaign platform.

Rep. Dr. Gwaikolo further noted that before taking over as the district’s representative, a tour was done by his team, based on which a legislative agenda was drafted, and is been acted upon.

“We have come to carry on the commitment we have made to our people, in electoral district 9.When we took over, and even before taking over, we did a tour; on several occasions, in the district. We talked to communities; we talked to individuals, based on which we developed a legislative agenda, a campaign platform that was later transformed into a multiport legislative agenda.

We talked about health. Developing the health sector; that’s why we are working with an organization, and again, that’s why we are introducing some of these individual pillars that we are work with, we might introduce one or two accomplishments. This is not a full report! No! This is a special program, just to launch a special project.

But as we do so, we might touch on other things that we might have done in the past, based on the objective, based on the platform we developed.”

Representative Gwaikolo said.

Speaking in one tone, the citizens expressed excitement, and thank Representative Gwaikolo for such a rightful developmental initiative that will help ease the burdens on travelers, especially business people.

When completed, the construction of the Ferry will bring to an end the stress and fears when cross using parlor canoes.

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