Hon Younquoi, Sorry to hear about your accident. We are grateful to God for not letting any harm come to you and your people in the pick-up truck.

Hon Younquoi,
 
Sorry to hear about your accident.  We are grateful to God for not letting any harm come to you and your people in the pick-up truck.  I am happy that you all were left unharmed and that you were able to retrieve your vehicle from the water. I hope this will never happen again.  You are very valuable to us and to our community and country.  Please take care of yourself.  We need you very much.  Loosing you will be a national tragedy.  We do not want that. It is hard to replace someone like you.  So please be careful.
 
I fervently hope that the local and national government officials begin to see the issues of good roads and strong bridges as essential components of the development process. The building of schools, construction of toilets, marketplaces, clinics, hospitals, town halls, bridges and roads  are all integral parts of the same development efforts. 
 
We cannot do one, two or three and leave out the others as if they are not essential. We may not have the resources to do all of these important things simultaneously, but we must prioritize them based on the available resources we have. I think good road construction should be on the top of the priority list because with good roads and strong bridges, people are able to travel  to and fro with some assurance of safety and comfort as they strive to carry on the other component of the development efforts.  
 
It is very unfortunate to continue to see broken bridges and muddy highways that leave cars and trucks stuck in the mud on local and national highways, while cars and trucks are thrown into the water over broken bridges all over the country. We certainly need to take stock of where our real and true safety lies.  Investment in good roads and strong bridges cannot be over looked.  I thank God for your safety.  Oldman, please keep yourself from harm's way.  We need you very much.
 
Nya Kwiawon Taryor

 




































 
Hon. Younquoi's Statement at Gbahn School Dedication

On March 15, 2015, the dedication of the school annex constructed by Hon. Younquoi and the residents of Gbahn Town, Gbannah Chiefdom, took place.

Posted by Nimba County District #8 on Thursday, August 20, 2015
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