“I pledge to do more and continue to engage with the people to move our constituency towards better service delivery”- Hon. Lihadi Alhadi

Honourable Lihadi Alhadi; Member of Parliament Constituency 123- Ginger Hall, Mount Aureol & Foullah Town Communities Honourable Lihadi Alhadi; Member of Parliament Constituency 123- Ginger Hall, Mount Aureol & Foullah Town Communities

All Peoples Congress (APC) Honourable Member of Parliament representing Constituency 123 in the Western Area Urban electoral district has vowed to do more and continue to engage with the people of his constituency so as to ensure that they all move towards better service delivery in the constituency.

Honourable Lihadi Alhadi, whose Constituency 123 covers Ginger Hall, Mount Aureol and Foullah Town communities in the east end of the capital Freetown made this pledge in his first ever Christmas message, since his election as Member of Parliament in March this year.

Whilst delving on his strives so far in ensuring that adequate service delivery is catered for the people of Constituency 123, in his Christmas message, Hon. Alhadi said: “I have been engaging different stakeholders from different political parties in the constituency to map out ideas to bring about development in our locality. I had called two community meetings one at Ginger Hall and the other at Foullah Town. Major problems affecting the communities in the constituency were identified and discussed in those meetings. One main problem identified in the different communities was access to clean and safe drinking water.”

On his efforts so far in salvaging the concerns of water shortage in the mountainous communities that comprises Constituency 123, Honourable Alhadi  in his Christmas message said: “As MP, I had engaged in the installation of taps in various locations in the Foullah Town community, and the next community to benefit from this taps installations will be the Ginger Hall and Mount Aureol communities.”

Meanwhile, below is a verbatim of the Christmas Message of Honourable Lihadi Alhadi; Member of Parliament Constituency 123- Ginger Hall, Mount Aureol & Foullah Town Communities

 

Christmas Message from Honourable Lihadi Alhadi; Member of Parliament Constituency 123- Ginger Hall, Mount Aureol & Foullah Town Communities

Good morning my respectable people, youths, boys and girls of Constituency 123, I greet you in the name of God. On behalf of me, my family and my campaign team, once more let me use this opportunity to thank you for your support on my Parliamentary victory. Since assuming office as Member of Parliament I have been calling for unity in this our beloved constituency, and one way we can move the constituency forward is when we are united as one people. Elections are over now, and now we must unite to move our constituency forward.

I have been engaging different stakeholders from different political parties in the constituency to map out ideas to bring about development in our locality. I had call two community meetings one at Ginger Hall and the other at Foullah Town. Major problems affecting the communities in the constituency were identified and discussed in these meetings. One main problem identified in the different communities was access to clean and safe drinking water and I believe that water is life.

 As MP, I had engaged in the installation of taps in various locations in the Foullah Town community, and the next community to benefit from this taps installations will be the Ginger Hall and Mount Aureol communities.

 I pledge to do more and continue to engage with the people to move our constituency towards better service delivery. This is the Christmas season; I want to use this opportunity to wish all the people of constituency 123, my family and friends home and abroad a Merry Christmas and a prosperous Happy New Year. And may God give us long life and good health to celebrate more New Years and Christmas. Once more I thank you all and may God bless you all and our beloved constituency.

Honourable Lihadi Alhadi.

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