Freetown City Council receives bus donation

Written by Kelvin Lamdo / Friday, 29 April 2011 17:23

The Mayor of Ganzhou, China, Wang Ping on Thursday donated one hundred thousand United States dollars to the Freetown City Council.

Mr Wang Ping said the money was for the purchase of school buses to ease the transportation problem faced by school children in Freetown.

The Mayor of Freetown, Herbert George-Williams and Mayor Wang Ping signed a Memorandum of understanding for the twinning of Freetown and Ganzhou cities.

After the presentation of the cheque, Mayor Ping and Mayor Samba Fall of Banjul, The Gambia joined the Mayor of Freetown to inspect a guard of honour mounted by the Metropolitan Police.

The Mayors of Banjul, Monrovia and a representative of Kingston-Upon-Hall and some residents of Freetown witnessed the signing of the memorandum of understanding between Freetown and Ganzhou in China.




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