President Irfaan Ali and his team recently visited Lamaha Park and Newtown Kitty residents to engage with them, understand their concerns, and offer solutions. This visit is part of the President’s plan to reach out to communities nationwide and address their needs.
During the visit, President Ali emphasized the importance of listening to residents’ concerns and working together to find effective solutions. He assured the residents that their issues would be taken seriously and that his government was committed to improving their living conditions.
The President’s visit to Lamaha Park and Newtown Kitty marks the beginning of his community engagement initiative, where he aims to connect directly with citizens, assess their needs, and develop targeted strategies to address them. This approach highlights the government’s commitment to grassroots participation and inclusive governance. Renata Burnette reports.