According to villagers along the road from Paye to Whorn, the situation is causing serious embarrassment for them especially during the rainfalls which force all the little creeks to overflow into the road.
They said during the rainfalls it becomes difficult for farmers to get their crops to Kakata, Weala and other market places due to lack of commercial vehicles to ply the road.
Most of the bridges in the area, our reporter said, have been disconnected, while some are in a deplorable ship due to lack of repair works on the road for some years now.
The residents threatened not to elect any politician who will not seek their interest but only come to them with false promises just to get their political blessings and later dump them.
Gibi District falls within District Five in Margibi and it is represented by J. Emmanuel Nuquay who is now Speaker of the House of Representatives at the Capitol Building.
Many of the youths of the area said Rep Nuquay is not representing their interest but only goes to Whorn with sweet promises and leaves.
Efforts to contact Rep. Nuquay to comment on his constituents’ plight proved futile, but his Communication Director Philip Moore denied the youths assertion and said the district Representative has been providing social services to his people.
All efforts to contact District Commissioner Amos Boyor failed as our reporter was told DC Boyor was in Kakata attending to some personal and administrative issues.