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Niani NAM embarks on local hand pumps maintenance in his constituency

May 18, 2020, 1:48 PM | Article By: Ousman Jallow

National Assembly Member for Niani, Alhagie S.B. Sillah has embarked on a rehabilitation initiative of local hand pumps in his constituency.   

Speaking at the rehabilitation exercise at Nyaga Bakary, Faraba Woibureh, Mecca Saderr, Wassu, Madigan Lamin Kanteh and other villages, Mr. Sillah said rehabilitation of the local hand pumps is part of his efforts as a member of the parliament to provide clean and adequate water to his people.

“The coronavirus pandemic has made life difficult and people of the area are having difficulty to access their needs especially.”                 

Alkalolu of Faraba, Wassu and Nyaga Bakary all thanked their parliamentarian for helping his people, saying he has been helping the people   of Niani even before he becomes National Assembly Member.

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