The CRSG is currently engaged in the construction of the Wellington- Masiaka Toll Road and it has in the process, demonstrated good performance and reputation in the field of road construction, provide a lot of employment opportunities for the surrounding communities, contributed to the development of the district in terms of provision of humanitarian assistance, fulfillment of corporate social responsibilities and the construction of smaller roads outside the scope of the company’s responsibility.
Mr. Cole told the audience that he was looking forward to seeing a continuation of this good relationship between the company and his district. He stated that the road if completed will give his district a massive facelift and will attract significant investments and development.
The Western Area Rural District Council continues to do its statutory duties and to deliver on its promises under the aegis of Mr. Cole.
This celebration is symbolic as it represents the commitment of the people to remembering a day that is of immense historical relevance to them.
WARDC Chairman, KashorHallond Cole congratulated the past and present members of the organization and shown sympathy for the late Dennis Omojoro Brown in stating that he was one of the active founding members within the organization and recalled the venue was long ago called Sojaton and it is now called King Yard, adding, “Waterloo since the past was recognized for its cassava bread and fried fish, but despite the political differences, they’re united as one people”.
Kashor Hallond Cole further itemized the challenges faced by the Waterloo people such as; water shortage; electricity especially in Lumpa; lack market structure and pleaded with the Vice President to help in the approval process to make Waterloo a city and also that the security could not well perform their duty because they lack required logistics.
According to Kashor Hallond Cole, the snail pace and poor conditions of roads in Waterloo and on behalf of the people of Waterloo crowned the Vice President, Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh as ‘Pekin of Waterloo’ as his name is recorded for his expected role he play towards the success of the organization and acclaimed Waterloo residents for being intelligent, tolerance and peaceful all the time even under different circumstances.
Vice President Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh congratulated the residents of Waterloo for launching of the Bicentenary for the development of the community and assured of the government and support towards the development of Waterloo and officially launched the Waterloo Bicentenary.
The ceremony was sponsored by one of the leading mobile phone company in the Country, Africell, WARDC among others and cultural performance and dance climaxed the ceremony and it was chaired by Christo Johnson former Independent Media Commission (IMC) Commissioner.