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Government Applauded for Extension of Road Initiatives in River Gee County

The Superintendent of River Gee County, Philip Nyenuh has highly commended the Weah-led Government for extending its developmental road initiatives in other parts of the County, following an ongoing pavement of a 20-kilometer road between the Fish Town and Kilipo Kanweakan regions in the County.

The ongoing project which is part of the Government of Liberia Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD) is sponsored through the partnership of the African Development Bank (AFDB) estimating over 15 million dollars, as covered by the Liberia News Agency.

Furthering on ongoing the necessity of the road project, Superintendent Nyenuh figured out that the ongoing initiative will greatly contribute to relieving petit traders and crop producers amid their transactions in the area, and by extension enhance other activities in the county.

Fish Town to Kilipo Kanweakan road under construction

‘’I am so happy that the Government of Liberia is paying keen attention to the needs of the Southeast, particularly River Gee in various sectors and this will mean a relief petit traders and crop producers’’, the Superintendent, Philip Nyenuh, noted.

According to the report from the Liberia News Agency, Superintendent Nyenuh at the same time underscored the recent distribution of farming tools and construction of a commercial hub in the Kanweakan area among others, as a display of the Weah’s administration re-commitment to the county as part of Liberia.

‘’Like I will always tell citizens that if you vote for a government, it means that you are putting all your in that government to look at your welfare; this is exactly what this government is doing’’, he stated.

Earth moving machines working on the Fish Town to Kilipo Kanweakan road

Meanwhile, the River Gee Superintendent used the medium to rally citizens of the county to build high confidence in the second term of the President, stating that there is a belief the Government will continue to replicate more.

’’That’s why we have not hidden our intention to ask our citizens to support the President to continue what he’s doing for the next six years’’, the River Gee County Superintendent, Philips Nyenuh emphasized.

However, the 20-kilometer road pavement is also being implemented with the Liberian Government under the Mano River Union Road Development and Transport Facilitation Program (MRU/RDTFP) Phase II Lot l.

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Bedeskoe Nyumah Tumbay Is A professional Liberian Multimedia Journalist, a Full Member Of The Press Union Of Liberia (PUL), Who Reports On All Sectors Of Society. He Has Several Years Of Experience In Journalism, Media Relations, Communication Consultancy, Video And Audio Contents Gathering, Editing And Production Among Others.

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