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Weah Dedicates
Playground Roller Skates

President George Weah has dedicated a brand-new skating rink in the country intended for roller skates kids in Liberia.
The well-designed glistening playground was erected by the Minister of State without Portfolio, Trokon Kpui and co-officials.
Cutting the ribbon on Friday, President George Weah expressed delight for the project while stating that everywhere he went kids were seen riding roller skates on the streets without a modern playground to hearten skating sports in Liberia.
“The last time I came here, I saw our kids all between our vehicles and what that shows? That they tool need somewhere to stay and play, on that basic, this playground was built”
“This playground , everyone thought it was garbage, today, it is this trash site that we have turned into something that is meaningful, what I can only say, Let the children play,” he said.
It can be recalled that President George Weah through the Ministry of State Without Portfolio under the direct supervision of its Minister, Trokon Kpui erected Liberia’s first playground dubbed “Invincible sports Park” that is also in use in Liberia for recreational purposes.
In addition to the sports Park, the Liberian leader dedicated a skating rink, a well-designed equipped playground intended for roller skate sports to cater to kids on the streets rolling between vehicles.
Speaking earlier in a brief remark, Minister Kpui said he was instructed by the President during one of his visits at the Invincible Sports Park when he saw roller skates on a park riding between government vehicles on that very day.
Minister Kpui: “Because of this, he instructed me to build this skating rink to accommodate skate riders. Today, as you always said, let there be; again, it is, amid hands of applause giving praises as the President officially dedicates the skating rink”.

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