Three Construction Company Endorsed the Reconstruction and Construction of the Sierra Leone’s Bonthe Water Supply Project for the first Desalinization Plant on Bonthe Island
By Abdul Rahman Bangura–
NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN) Freetown, Sierra Leone– Much more importantly, the reconstruction and construction of the Bonthe Water Supply Project for the initial desalinization plant on Bonthe Island is presently in advancement, Joseph Munda Sandi – Managing Director of the Sierra Leone Water Company (SALWACO) reveals during the signing of the contract to three construction firms.
The SALWACO is plausible for bestowing access to clean, safe and free water in every part of Sierra Leone excluding Freetown. This project consequently, has come up with a bunch of glee to the natives of Bonthe Municipality, owing to the fact that the Island has driven virtually some years without pipe borne water. This endeavor has now established vastly expected employment for young people within and around the city of Bonthe Island, and it is wished that, in the subsequent two some weeks, young people will get employed as the project unfolds.
Supposedly, this was among important statements from the Minister of Finance – Jacob Jusu Saffa during the signing ceremony, pointing out that, the capital for the reconstruction and construction of the Bonthe water supply endeavor, will give young people the chance to be part of their own progress.
Provision of safe drinking water in every part of Sierra Leone, has a straightforward servitude to education and good health and job creation. Thus, capitalizing now in water will curtail forthcoming cost in managing health crisis such as cholera and other waterborne diseases, same maintaining children healthy for education. This shall generate occupation for people in every part of the country.
Contractors are already busy as they work together to complete the project within the given timeline.
It is apt to point out that, Bonthe Island has been rescinded for years. The more is weighted to President Julius Maada Bio that gazes at every realm of human development and has believed it fit, to give entrance to safe drinking water to all Sierra Leoneans covering the people of Bonthe.
For New Africa Business News (NABN) Abdul Rahman Bangura Reports, Africa Correspondent
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