Representative aspirant of District 15 Amos Tweh has embarked on a Cleaning up exercise in the Caldwell Community as a way of giving back to the community
According to Amos Tweh, the Cleaning up exercise is part of team Tweh’s regular exercise in giving back to the community in the absence of the government.
Amos said cleaning of drainage will help to prevent some Communities from flowing during the rainy season.
Mr. Tweh added that his team has been involved in giving financial aid and scholarships to some residents of district #15, it is his way of empowering the young people of the district.
Amos Tweh is a former representative aspirant of Montserrado County District #15, and a stalwart of former ruling establishment Unity Party. He was the Assistant and Deputy Minister for Urban Affairs, Ministry of Internal Affairs, and also served as Policy Analyst during the Ellen Johnson administration.
The Commissioner of Caldwell said that move by Amos Tweh is something that is to buttress the effort of the government in cleaning the city
The Commissioner appreciates Amos Tweh for bringing the young people together to clean their communities by not only waiting for Government intervention.
Reported by: Fasu M. Donzo
Phone number: +231886239909
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