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LLA To Dedicate County Land Office Today

By Bill W. Cooper
The Liberia Land Authority (LLA) will today, March 23, 2023 officially launch its County Land Office (CLOs) in Gbarnga City, Bong County.

The objective of the gathering is to demonstrate the government’s commitment toward decentralizing land services throughout the country.

The event is being held with support from the Swedish Government through the Inclusive Land Administration and Management Project (ILAMP) implemented by Lantmätariet of Sweden.

In fulfillment of the government’s decentralization policy intended to take efficient and effective service delivery to the citizenry, the LLA received support from the just ended World Bank supported Liberia Land Administration Project (LLAP) to renovate five offices in Bomi, Grand Bassa, Grand Gedeh, Bong and Lofa Counties.

Additionally, the renovation of the five offices is to help strengthen the services of the LLA in the five selected counties aimed at meeting the public quest to obtain good land service and delivery.

At the end of the renovation exercise, the Swedish Mapping, Cadastral and Land Registration Authority will also provide support for the electrification, furnishing, equipping and training of LLA staff within that facility.

The delegation of the LLA which is comprised of members of the Board of Commissioners, Executive Director, Senior Management and technical staff is being headed by the LLA Chairperson, Adams Manobah.

The LLA was established by an Act of the Legislature in October 2016, thus consolidating all land related functions previously performed by key land administration agencies with Sections 45.1 and 6.2 mandating the LLA to administer the affairs of the authorities and establish CLOs across the country.

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