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PHP Sports Park Nearing Completion

Infrastructure development continues to remain one of the strongest pillars of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change-led government.

Under the leadership of President George Weah, the Liberian people continue to see tangible infrastructure developments in key sectors, and the sporting sector, the background of the former world best player, George Weah, is of no exception.

The new PHP community in District 7, Montserrado County, is now one of the newest communities to benefit from infrastructure boost within the sporting sector.

Named and styled the PHP Sports Park, the recreational center is now a new recreational hub and a place to tour and/or visit.

Described by many as the new sports city along the coast, very attractive, modern, and of international standards, the recreational facility has added a new look to the entire community and country at large.

Unlike before, the new facility located at the infamous Redemption Street, but now transformed, will no longer remind Liberians of its dark past.

Directly situated at the sea side, the eye-catching facility has a place for everyone in the society to enjoy, ahead of its full completion and dedication.

The facility has a very solid revetment wall to prevent further sea encroachment from the area, as well as modern parking lots.

Other facilities include a grand stand for parade and eyes right purposes, mini football fields with artificial turfs, basketball courts, a shopping center, including a refreshing and comfortable sitting capacity for relaxation and other recreational purposes, and many others.

Upon full completion and dedication, residents of the PHP and surrounding communities will have all reasons to appreciate the government for such a meaningful project, and will join ranks with the people of Airfield, Old Road, Congo Town, West Point, and Clara Town, among others, who continue to enjoy and benefit from such sporting and recreational facilities under the leadership of President George Weah.

As part of additional infrastructure boost within the sector, plans are also in the making, along with the Liberia Football Association, to construct mini sports facilities with artificial turfs across rural Liberia.

Nimba, Grand Gedeh, Lofa, and other parts of Montserrado County, are potential beneficiaries of sporting infrastructure, according to the President of the Liberia Football Association, Mustapha Raji, as future plans are in place to construct mini stadiums with artificial turfs across the fifteen political sub-divisions of the Country.

Meanwhile, the new sporting city along the coast, ahead of its official completion and dedication, has already captured the attention of the Liberian people, as they all can’t wait to commence the enjoyment of yet another new sports and recreational facility, as part of infrastructure boost under the CDC-led government headed by President George Weah.

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