The Hon. Member of parliament Hon. Dr. Rashid Pelpuo this evening donated 30 bags of cement to Zingu community through their Assemblyman to support in the reconstruction of a bridge that was washed away by torrential downpour.
The bridge which links Zingu to Cheria, Wa and its environs has been a major challenge to the movement of persons and goods from in and around that enclave for the past two years due to serious structural defects. The bridge since its construction has not received any rehabilitation despite several promises from the government and the Municipal Assembly to get it fixed.
The Assemblyman, Mr. Wahab receiving the cement on behalf of the community expressed their profound gratitude to the MP for always being there for them in times of need. He recounted some of the supports the MP had extended to the community including; reroofing of a three unit classroom block at Zingu primary, extension of electricity to a teacher's Bangolow at Zingu JHS among others.
He solicits for more support either on kind or cash from the general public to enable them complete the project to facilitate the free movement of the people and vehicles.
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