'Aware of Bassa Underdevelopment', Senator Submits Report

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Front Page Africa
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January 25, 2016

Senator Jonathan Lambort Kaipay has presented his first annual report to the people of Grand Bassa County and at the same time opened his legislative office in Buchanan City. Kaipay, a Liberty Party lawmaker, acquired the second Grand Bassa's seat at the Liberian Senate in a famous victory over former Pro-Temp Gbehzongar Findley and since then critics and supporters alike have kept keen eyes on his performances both at the capital and the county.
Senator Kaipay is hopeful his report reflects a commitment of realizing the dream of the county. Hailing the Liberty Party and its political leader, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine, United Methodist Church bishop, John Innis for his ascendency and also praised people of the county for their support. "We have always been aware that Grand Bassa County is underdeveloped and that much work needs to be done in effecting change in the county," the Senator said. To jump start his development drive, Kaipay explained how he engaged the Liberian Agricultural Company (LAC) to rehabilitate two feeder roads in the county.

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