… Elder Pusah Says
Abdullah Pusah, an elder in Falie Town, Tombey chiefdom, Commonwealth District, Grand Cape Mount County has described the opening of a newly constructed town hall as a great day in the history of the town.
Elder Pusah made the statement during the formal opening of the town hall at recently in Cape Mount County.
He said the opening of the hall is historic because the people of Falie Town have been wishing to have a hall of their own.
“We as people of Falie Town welcome you all today in our beloved town as we open this town hall; and I am please to say thank you to all of our sons and daughters because it was through their help this town hall has been built and we will forever remain grateful to them” Elder Pusah said.
Also speaking, former Grand Cape Mount County representative Mohammed Kiawu expressed delight with efforts made by the people of Falie Town.
He called on the people to focus their attention on development for the good of the town.
He emphasized the need for education which he said would contribute to the development of the town.
He acknowledged that the people of Falie Town have long wished for development for their town.
During the program, six of the citizens were certificated for their hard work toward the completion of the town hall.
Those certificated are Abdullah Pusah, Boima K. Sombai, Boima J. Sombai, Varney Pusah, Safua Pusah and Soko Sombai.