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Welcoming Three Of President Weah’s Promises

IN KEEPING WITH constitutional provision, President George Manneh Weah on Monday delivered his Annual Message to the National Legislature.
AS EXPECTED, DURING the occasion, the President outlined projects his government has undertaken and also challenges facing the government in meeting the needs of the people. The President also announced projects to be undertaken by his government in the years ahead.
NOTICEABLY, THREE OF the projects that he said would be of focus are the traffic lights in Monrovia, the completion of the Executive Mansion which has been under renovation for the last 14 years; the rehabilitation of damaged roads in Monrovia; to these, he said there would be much progress this year and that the Executive Mansion’s renovation would be completed this year.
EVEN THOUGH BESIDES these three, the President announced other projects to be undertaken, we take interest in these because they are found in the capital city and the importance in giving facelift to the city. The rehabilitation of the roads would contribute to the free movement of vehicles and that the renovation of the Mansion would allow the Presidency to take its proper seat.
WHILE WE WELCOME the decentralization of development projects, we believe that these projects are essential for a populated city like Monrovia.
HOWEVER, WE CALL on the President to also consider the issue of the sewage system in Monrovia which is in deplorable condition, thus causing feces to spread in parts of the city. The situation is also causing unhygienic pungent odor in parts of the city.
WE BELIEVE THAT this is also important because it is not healthy for residents and visitors, something that might discourage visitors from coming to Monrovia, one of the oldest cites in Africa and the world.
THE GOVERNMENT CANNOT be talking about reconditioning the roads in the city when there is a damaged sewage system that causes feces to litter the very streets.
ONCE AGAIN, WE welcome the rehabilitation of traffic lights which is necessary for security reasons with the renovation of the Mansion and the rehabilitation of roads in the city.
BUT SOMETHING MUST be done about the feces in the streets of Monrovia, named after the fifth President of the United States, James Monroe. Incontestably, the sewage system is a disgrace and embarrassment.

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