- Published on Tuesday, 05 February 2013 06:49
- Written by The News
Gbapolu County Senator Armah Z. Jallah has been gowned by citizens Weafua Gbama District for his contributions to the district and the entire county.
The citizens through their spokesperson Robert Johnson said they decided to gown Senator Jallah in appreciation for the many contributions he has rendered to the people of the Gbarpolu County.
Elder Johnson said prior to the ascendancy of Senator Jallah, he rehabilitated a damaged bridge which links Weafua to Nyangaya.
He also said Senator Jallah has employed more than hundred persons from the county to work at some of his businesses and farm as well as empowering them through capacity building.
Clan Chief Varney Sirleaf of Nyangaya, Gbama District said the people of Gbapolu County made no mistake to elect Senator Jallah adding “they didn't throw their votes away.”
In response, Senator Jallah lauded the citizens for the honor bestowed upon him and said that it was not strange because he shared the feelings of the people.
He said the people of Gbapolu deserve better and they (lawmakers) are committed to doing just that.
He expressed hope that the Bopolu-Bella Yellah road would be completed by this year and promised to engage government and a construction group, KBI, to repair the Vaye Town to Bopolu road.