Bong County Superintendent, Selena Polson Mappay, put smiles on the faces of citizens of Salala District in lower Bong County when she donated 5o bags of rice.
The Bong County Superintendent noted that she will not relent in effort to cater to the needs of her brothers and sisters at such a critical time when they are in need of her assistance.
The 50 bags of rice donated by the Superintendent was given to the citizens of Corneh Farm, the home village of the incumbent Representative, Adam Bill Corneh who reportedly have abandoned his own people, something a source close to the lawmaker has since denied on a strongest note.
Supt. Mappay said, gone are the days when people will sit in Monrovia and direct the course of the County, saying, “But what I believe can happen is that the citizens of Salala District will be able to adequately benefit from their resources, which they have been deprived of over the years.”
The Bong County Superintendent indicated that when elected as Representative in 2017,the citizens and residents of Salala District can rest assure that the development agenda of the district will be implemented to the letter; writes P. Alex Johnson, Bong County Correspondent.