Group lauds Bayelsa lawmaker for kick-starting construction of road projects in two Bayelsa communities

Brass—A group, the Concerned Cape Formosans for Change has expressed appreciation to the lawmaker representing Brass constituency I in the Bayelsa State House of Assembly, Dr. Daniel Charles for kick-starting a 200x5m road project in Egwe-Ama & Beletia-Ama communities respectively in Cape Formosa island.

The group also commended the lawmaker for what it described as his “impactful, selfless, and purposeful disposition” towards engendering development on the island.

The group in a statement made available to newsmen on Saturday averred that the project is the right step towards delivering the dividends of democracy to the people.

The Concerned Cape Farmosans for change further expressed confidence that the road project would add to the socio-economic development of the two communities and by extension the island.

Logo of Concerned Cape Formosans for Change

“We are rest assured that this project will further boost the socioeconomic development in Cape Formosa and in turn promote a more synergetic working relationship between you and your constituents,” the statement reads in part.

Meanwhile, Dr. Daniel Charles during the flag-off of the construction of the concrete roads in the two communities appreciated the chiefs, elders, youths, and women of the communities for their warm reception.

He stated that he will fulfill the campaign promises he made to constituents by representing them well in the state legislature.

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