Shortly after president Bio’s ordering of the resumption of a national cleaning day, Ahmed Gento Kamara, owner Gento Group of Companies proudly has offered consecutive supports to government as a gesture of nationalism.
Gento says his dreams are to see Sierra Leone rated one of world’s better countries; economically strong, viably structured and, of course, hygienically placed.
That his gifted offer of vehicles in support of the announced national cleaning day including other logistical supports, without restraint, showcases the fact that Sierra Leone is owned by Sierra Leoneans and will develop if all as citizens work together for the good of the country.
It is true at the commencement of the resumed national cleaning, Gento provided fleets of vehicles including financial and moral supports to institutions and individuals in the enhancement of a clean and dirt free Sierra Leone, in particular, the capital of Freetown, which years unending has been labeled one of world’s germ-infested cities.
In the area of business, Gento blamelessly justifies himself as being well placed, virtuous and up-front in showcasing realities spotlighting the empowerment of Sierra Leoneans, to prove to the world that locally, good things can come from within, more so that laws supporting local content policy have conditioned the inclusion of local business people in the improvement of the private sector.
He discounted recent rumors on the social media of him being arrested by the police as baseless, referring to those who may have done such as ‘self-centered,’ and who will stop at nothing in bringing down the up and coming of society.
But was quick to make clear his company’s (Gento Group) position, chiefly, the current Hill Cut bypass road construction, which he said is zealously in progress, and same will soon be completed for use by all.
“I am one of few Sierra Leone businessmen to have earned myself status in road construction, and therefore seeing my person as deserving a tap on the back than putting me under the spotlight of vilifying insinuations,” Gento said.
Gento was delegated contractual responsibilities by the Sierra Leone government for the constructions of roads within and outside the capital of Freetown, including Hill Station and ones running down Hill Cut, joining Jumu Kenyata and King Harman roads respectively.
He assured all that works on those roads are reaching finishing point, with no more than Hill Cut, which has fewer works on the construction of a bridge and other plus point areas.