JEP Donates VehicleToGanta City For Garbage Collection

The Chief Executive Officer of Jungle Water Group of Investment, Floyd S. Tomah, has donated four-door Toyota pickup to authorities of the Gompa City Corporation (GCC).

Presenting the keys to the vehicle to Ganta City Mayor recently at the end of a day-long general cleanup exercise, Mr. Tomah said, the donation was his company’s way of assisting the GCC to help reduce the stress it goes through in collecting garbage in Ganta, Nimba’s most populated city.
According to Tomah, the JEP as one of his companies operating in the county, especially with a major concentration in Ganta, saw the need to assist the GCC in keeping to keep the city clean and green, especially at a time when authorities of the city are finding it “very difficult” in collecting garbage in the city.
“The JEP, even though strictly involved with electricity management and distribution, is very pleased to identify with you as authorities of this city through the provision of this vehicle which we hope would greatly help with garbage collection here,” the CEO stated while presenting the vehicle to Gompa City Mayor.
He noted that as citizens of the county, one should not sit and wait to see things happen through the efforts of others, adding “It is our collectively responsibility to make things happen in our county.”
Receiving the keys to the vehicle, Gompa City Mayor, Amos Suah, thanked Mr. Tomah, JEP and the JWG for the gesture and said the vehicle will be used for the intended purpose and at the same time called on other citizens and goodwill organizations to emulate the “good” example of the JEP.
According to Mayor Suah, the GCC is seriously challenged with the issue of logistical support and, as such, his office will forever remain grateful to people and organizations who are directing their resources toward helping the GCC as it strives to make Ganta a healthy city for everyone.

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