Open Letter to Hon. Musa Hassan Bility


Dear Hon. Musa Hassan Bility,

I hope this letter finds you in good spirit. Firstly, I want to express my deep appreciation for the remarkable development projects you have undertaken/undertaking and underwritten/underwriting and supported in District #7 and beyond such as: The Yar River bridge project, roads rehabilitation, clinics, solar street lights, and your residential building in Saclepea are just a few examples of your magnanimous development contributions. It is truly awe-inspiring to witness your generosity and the transformative impact of your actions. Your title of “Honourable” perfectly befits the perfection demonstrated through your dedication to development.

Among the many achievements that have captured my thoughts, one stands out: the memory of the Late Hon. Jimmy Dahn, Former Paramount Chief of Saclepea-Mah district. During his leadership, numerous roads connecting our regions, farm to market roads and beyond were constructed. Allow me to share a personal anecdote about my hometown, Nyonkiayee. It was under the leadership of Hon. Jimmy Dahn in 1981 that the road from Mehnla to Nyonkiayee was constructed with the provision of a yellow machine. Subsequently, the road was extended from Nyonkiayee to Glehyee-Zorpea.

Since the paving of those roads in 1981, no maintenance work has been carried out. However, we recently received information that you have chosen to honour your promise of reconditioning our roads, particularly the stretch from Mehnla to Nyonkiayee. This news has brought immense joy and hope to our community, as this road holds great economic significance for us. It serves as our gateway to the world, facilitating trade and commerce.

I am aware of the myriad challenges and demands that occupy your time, surrounded by countless pressing issues. Nevertheless, I implore you to fulfil your promise to recondition our roads. The impact of a well-maintained road network on our lives cannot be overstated, and the economic prosperity it can bring to our community is immeasurable. Your dedication to the development of District #7 has inspired us, and we are eternally grateful for your unwavering commitment.

In closing, I appeal to your sense of compassion and understanding of the vital role infrastructure plays in transforming communities. Please consider the importance of this road to the people of Nyonkiayee and its neighbouring areas. We eagerly anticipate the fulfilment of your promise and are filled with gratitude for the positive changes you are bringing to our region.

With heartfelt appreciation,Darwon Nuhn


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