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Totota-Sanoyea-Gbonota-Phebe Roads Get Asphalt Pavement Soon -VP Taylor Assures

By Patrick N. Tokpah (Bong County Correspondent)

The Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor has disclosed that the Government of Liberia will begin the asphalt pavement of the Totota-Sanoyea-Gbonota- Phebe parking route in the next 90 days.

In a chat with reporters, VP Taylor said the pavement of the road has been delayed because all the necessary processes have to be met before the process starts.

“Before the pavement of such starts, it needs to satisfy all those contractual requirements, including bids from National and international road-building companies and later, awarding of said contract. To meet all these requirements, a significant amount of time is needed,” the Liberian Vice President told reporters.

She said all the necessary processes have now reached the concluding levels and the pavement will start in the next three months noting that when paved, the route will provide easy access to road users plying the route and it will also connect Bong and Gbarpolu Counties easily.

Meanwhile, Vice President Taylor has hailed President George Manneh Weah for his government’s meaningful contributions to Bong County Adding that in President Weah’s government, the county has seen significant improvement in almost all sectors.

She named the improvement of the Bong County Technical College, the completion of the controversial Gbenequelleh Clinic, the payment of WAEC fees for twelve graders, and the completion of the Gbarnga broad street cement pavement as monumental achievements of the county in the CDC-led government.

Though the BCTC is not at a satisfactory level, the work done by the current regime should be appreciated by all well-meaning Bongese, Madam Taylor said.

The daughter of Bong County then called on all Bongese to rally their support for the reelection bid of President Weah justifying that the president needs another term to complete all of the development initiatives his government has initiated across the country.

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