Monrovia – The President Pro Tempore of the Liberian Senate and Chairman of the Gbarpolu County Legislative Caucus, Senator Armah Zolu Jallah, has officially initiated US$500, 000.00 road project linking White Flower-Gbalazuah in Bopolu District, Gbarpolu County.
Senator Jallah, whose ceaseless ecstasy over the approximately 10km deplorable road project commencement said the initiative is intended to provide economic, social and developmental relief to thousands of inhabitants and businesses as well.
A release from the office of the Senate Pro Tempore disclosed that the project, which is exclusively sponsored through his initiative and popular mandate from citizens, is expected to be completed during the latter date in December 2017.
Accordingly, engineers working to fulfill the eagerly awaited and economic relief road project said it would cost US$50,000.00 per kilometer to ensure that durable work is done as mandated by the Senate Protempore Armah Zolu Jallah Senate.
“I want quality work done on the road because during the rainy season, travelling from one point to another within Gbarpolu County is always tedious and my responsibility as direct representative of the people is to provide that necessary relief,” said Senator Jallah.
The Liberian Senate Protempore promised that following the completion of the current road project, he also envisaged road works in Kangama, Gumbahyai, Dorkota-Kpanta in the soonest possible time in his capacity.
Senator Jallah is of the conviction that infrastructure encourages, facilitates and expedites development and an increase in population activities.
With this conviction, Senator Jallah has personally embarked on the construction of roads that connect towns and villages and link farms to markets.
He has also opened two streets in Bopolu City (Church Street & Zolu Ave.) and constructed a US$75,000 road that connects the people of Medina to Kongbayah by way of Fasu Town and Mulbah Town and others that are stated under contributions to other parts of the county.
When this is completed they will commence work on five other roads that will connect various towns and districts and the two counties.
He is also funding a road project undertaken by citizens of Belle District to connect the district to other parts of Gbarpolu County.