The Kenema District Coordinator of the National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA) Cecilia B. Sannoh has appealed to councilors of Kenema district council to help complete the community driven projects awarded to them during their term of office as councilors saying that some of them will not be fortunate to come back. She made this appeal while addressing councilors and other stakeholders of the district during the last council meeting held at the Kenema District Council hall along Maxwell Khobe Street in Kenema city.
Mrs. Sannoh disclosed that 53 contracts were recently awarded to them out of which 48 have already been completed and the remaining eight of which some are nearing completion some due to bad terrain. Some of the bad terrain she mentioned includes Ngiegboiya in Gorama chiefdom and Dambala in Nomo chiefdom with 9 and 5 miles distance on foot. The National Coordinator is calling on those councilors with unfinished projects to speed up
and complete the projects shortly so that the council will be awarded other contracts to enhance community development.
She assured the council of NaCSAs continued support if defaulters are collectively brought to book by both the council and NaCSA. The NaCSA boss recalled project contractor Gbesay Brima of Non Cost enterprises who was reported to have abandoned a project site in Dodo chiefdom with small portion to be completed, she appealed to councilors to urge their contractors to complete the projects awarded to them by NaCSA.
NaCSA is a principal partner to local councils for enhancement of post war national development and sustainable local council initiatives.