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Weah Breaks Ground For Nimba-Grand Gedeh Highway

By Solomon T. Gaye Sr.
The Liberian President George Maneh Weah, has broken ground for the pavement of the Ganta, Grand Gedeh Highway in the commercial city of Ganta, Nimba County.The ground breaking program was held at the Jungle Energy Power (JEP) in LPMC community under the watchful eyes of hundreds of government officials, members of the International communities, members of the Traditional Chief Council of Liberia and women group representing the Liberia Marketing Association of Liberia.
Speaking at the opening of the program, Superintendent Nelson Korquoi, thanked President George Weah, for the numerous developments going on in the country.
Superintendent Nelson Korquoi added that the people of Nimba are in full support of his government to promote the government’s Pro-poor agenda in terms of the construction of farm to market roads, rehabilitation of damaged bridges throughout the length and breadth of the 15 counties of Liberia.
Speaking in separate remarks, Nimba Senator Prince Yormie Johnson thanked the President for the visit to break ground for the pavement of the deplorable Nimba, Grand Gedeh Highway that is seriously creating easy movement from one place to the other.
Senator Prince Yormie Johnson stated further that the people in Nimba will again ensure that his second term be a reality in lieu of the level of developments undertaken in the country.
Speaking on behalf of the government, President George Manneh Weah, explained that the ground breaking ceremony forms part of his political campaign promise made to the people in 2017 while on tour with Senator Prince Yormie Johnson, in the nine electoral districts in the county.
The Liberian President added that the Ganta-Grand Gedeh Highway will begin this month with the paving of the road to Saclepea and second pavement of Saclepea to Tappita will begin next year respectively.
President George Maneh Weah then warned the citizen to vote right in the pending senatorial election and vote Representative Jeremiah Kough, choice of the ruling CDC party.

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