The check (#00144747) was received by Junior F. Kamara, a liaison between the office of the Pro-tempore and Gbarpolu County students at MVTC.
Over the years Senator Jallah has not only made huge contributions to students hailing from Gbarpolu and other counties around the country, but he had also made significant contributions to other sectors, including market women and other business groups and individual persons throughout the country.
He has also made donations to all districts in the County in support of electricity, housing, agriculture, etc. For example, earlier this year he made a donation of assorted school materials to students of Gbarpolu County attending the Klay Vocational Training Center in Bomi County.
In response, Mr. Kamara asked the Chief of Staff to convey the appreciation and profound gratitude of the students to the Pro-tempore for his unwavering inclination to be of help to his fellow citizens.
Pro-Temp Jallah is currently involved in the construction of over 60 kilometer road through dense jungle from Totokoleh near the county capital of Bopulu to the St. Paul bank on the border with Bong County.
“We are fortunate to have this young man representing our county with several infrastructural developments initiatives in the county undertaken by him,” commented a veteran teacher in Forkpa Town near Belleh Yallah town in Gbarpolu County.