River-Gee County Senator Conmany B. Wesseh during a visit to the county attended a high level traditional meeting, makes several goodwill gesture to the people. The senator who was giving a rousing welcome upon arrival made several philanthropic gestures to the people of River-Gee by donating several items, including four bundles of zinc each to four persons for the construction of their homes. Senator Wesseh also provided choir gowns to the Lutheran Church in Jaytoken, and a good amount of cash, several bags of rice as well as assorted items including lappers for Jaytoken women to keep them in uniformity during festivals.
The citizens of River Gee County have expressed gratitude to Senator Conmany B. Wesseh for being so kind to the local people by answering their call to attend the High Level Traditional Meeting held recently in Jarkaken, Chedepo District.
The citizens in a jubilant mood sang songs of praises in their local vernacular indicating that they were hailing the Almighty God and praying that River Gee County will see many development packages in the years to come. Senator Wesseh and delegation arrived in River Gee on a recent visit and were received with rousing welcome by local leaders, elders, chiefs, youth groups, business community and other citizens across the county.
A cross-section of citizens of River Gee County assembled in Potupo Jaytoken to welcome the Senator and delegation at which time the local leaders and other well-meaning citizens held a traditional kola-nut ceremony to welcome them in the county. They used the occasion to show satisfaction for the safe arrival of their senator and entourage.
As a people oriented leader, Senator Wesseh has called for genuine reconciliation in the county and encouraged all citizens from villages, towns, and cities to hold together for the common good of the county.
The Senator meanwhile used the visit to tour many places in order to hold consultations with inhabitants in the supreme interest of the county. He held discussions with heads of medical workers and local authorities in Fish Town, the Capitol City of River Gee County and inspired them to work harder for good national leadership that would transform the county.
He lauded the medical team of Fish Town Health Center and the county’s local authority for tremendous strides made over the years.
Senator Wesseh, who, first and foremost praised the Almighty God and hailed the collective resolve of the people, disclosed that the county will see many development packages in the years ahead.
Referring to the medical team as “a blessing” to have professional doctors, he said it is a direct answer to the prayers many ordinary citizens, including him, have offered to God several years back for good medical services to the people.
He made the assertions at his residence recently in Fish Town when he hosted a dinner in honor of the medical staff, local authority and the security.
In another development, two ladies who are suffering from swollen necks caused by the disease called thyroid gland are brought to Monrovia by Senator Conmany B. Wesseh to underwrite their operational cost.
The two women Mrs. Ruth Warner and Mrs. Gegina Dunner of Jayploken and Jaytoken respectively were affected by the sickness for very long time with the front part of their necks becoming too large (goiter).
Meanwhile, Senator Wesseh was particular about human resource development in the county and admonished the citizens particularly the youths to take advantage of education which he said is the only way forward for the county to have good manpower and social and economic growth.
Concerning reconciliation in the county, the senator called for genuine reconciliation amongst his people, indicating that the best way River Gee would grow is if the leadership and the entire citizenry work together in unity. He said the county is a land of opportunities and the local authorities and residents can collaborate peacefully in many ways with partners for development in as much as they are together.
During the tour, Senator Wesseh also made a philanthropic gesture to the people of River Gee by donating several items, including four bundles of zinc each to four persons for the construction of their homes.
He also provided choir gowns to the Lutheran Church in Jaytoken, and a good amount of cash, several bags of rice as well as assorted items including lappers for Jaytoken women to keep them in uniformity during festivals.
The Senator’s donation is one of the several he has made in the last four years since he was elected as senator of the county. He noted that donations made to the Lutheran Church, women group and other individuals are meant to assist people who are dutiful and always want to volunteer their services towards development works in their various communities.
Meanwhile, Senator Wesseh has called on the local authorities to uphold professionalism and protect the medical team in the performance of their duties. He mentioned that he was grateful to God for answering his prayers to see professional medical doctors in River Gee and also thanked the management and staff of Fish Town Health Center for the jobs well done over the years.