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The Blackhall Road that is contracted to the construction company CSE is in a very slow pace. According to the contract with the Government the process was to be completed within eight months and now that the contract period has overlapped, the residents of the Blackhall Road suffers flooding and garbage lodging.
This action by some Cassel Farm people is threatening the environmental and sanitation of the Blackhall Road residences, adding that how can free health care succeed when the very people that the pandemic threaten their existence are equally inviting the pandemic in to their door steps, according to Mr. Aiah Musa a resident.
When interviewing one CSE supervisor, he said this is how the average Sierra Leonean thinks about development forgetting to know that any development of a nation is from their tax, adding that for him what he see and hear from the common Sierra Leonean their views both in politics and in development are negative and that is what stands and buried deep into their minds.
He noted that for them in Senegal and African countries after politics, every citizen unite for the development of their country despite of their political views that is the reason why their country Senegal is growing but for Sierra Leone it is completely different.
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