Senator Moye Outlines Developmental Agenda for Bong

By: Matalay Kollie, Bong County Correspondent

Gbarnga, Bong County: Bong County newly elected Legislative Caucus Chair, Senator Prince Kermue Moye Sr. has outlined major development plans for the county under his leadership. The agenda highlights rebranding of the Phebe Hospital, C D Dunbar Maternity Hospital, reviewing of the MNG Gold Concessions Agreement, and others.

His plans also include an audit on the usage of the County Social Development Funds, and other sectors currently being misappropriated.

The new Caucus chair, promised to probe an investigation into the usage of funds allotted during past administrations.

Senator Moye mentioned that he will holistically address and confront concession companies to live up to agreements prior to their operations in the county.

The Bong County Legislative Caucus Chair also revealed that his leadership’s focus is on attracting developmental t initiatives to citizens of Bong, reconciliation of the Caucus, Education, Healthcare delivery and Road connection amongst others.

In the area of education, the Bong County Caucus Chair highlighted the rebranding and reintroduction of the ‘Madam Suakoko Scholarship’.

He believes the reintroduction of the scholarship will limit the financial burden on parents and lawmakers who are individually paying fees for citizens school goers in Bong at various universities and colleges.

For Healthcare delivery, Senator Moye pledged the Caucus’ commitment to supporting the ‘regional status’ of the Phebe Hospital, adding that he will make sure that the Hospital is well supported in order to meet the health needs of residents of the county.

He also added that the comprehensive status of the C.B Dunbar Maternity Hospital will be exemplified and will receive the needed support from national government.

Delivering on security matter in the county, Senator Moye said the Caucus under his leadership, will consult an anti-graph institution in a move to understand the usage of the US five hundred thousand (US500,000.00) budgetary allotment in the 2023 national budget for the renovation of the Gbarnga Regional Security Hub and further ensure that the Bong County Police detachment is provided with the necessary logistical support to adequately respond to security crisis in the county.

At the same time, Senator Moye highlighted the stagnation of the county’s developments over the last six years, due to what he believed as the moratorium placed on the county’s account; thereby assuring that his leadership will push for the lifting of the moratorium.

He made these assertions Thursday, February 14, 2024, during a Press Briefing at his Capitol Building office in Monrovia.

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