Several Houses Risk Demolition in Monrovia...As MPW Embarks on Pavement of Roads in various Communities Soon
SOURCE: BY TAISIAH K.MERFEE
Flashback:Residents gather around the remains of a city trashcan that was ordered removed
Flashback:Residents gather around the remains of a city trashcan that was ordered removed









The Ministry of Public Works (MPW) has announced the pavement of major roads in Monrovia and other communities shortly.

Speaking at the Ministry of Information Special Press Briefing after his return from the recent FOCA conference held in the People’s Republic of Chana (PRC), Public Works Minister, Mobutu F. Nyepan, named the Chocolate City, Bishop Michael, Pipeline Community, VOA Community, Tusa Field, Patience Shop, R2 Community, Dry Rice Market, AB Tolbert, St. Francis, Police Academy, Banjer Community, and the Johnsonville-Dry Rice market roads as some of the roads which will be paved.

The Public Works Minister puts the cost of the road pavement project at over US$75 Million. According to him, feasibility study has already been done concerning the project.

Minister Nyenpan told reporters that the Government will begin the demolition of houses that are along the Coca-Cola Factory- to ELWA road.  He calls on the public to support the Ministry of Public Works for smooth construction of said roads.

The Ministry of Public Works (MPW) has announced the pavement of major roads in Monrovia and other communities shortly.

Speaking at the Ministry of Information Special Press Briefing after his return from the recent FOCA conference held in the People’s Republic of Chana (PRC), Public Works Minister, Mobutu F. Nyepan, named the Chocolate City, Bishop Michael, Pipeline Community, VOA Community, Tusa Field, Patience Shop, R2 Community, Dry Rice Market, AB Tolbert, St. Francis, Police Academy, Banjer Community, and the Johnsonville-Dry Rice market roads as some of the roads which will be paved.

The Public Works Minister puts the cost of the road pavement project at over US$75 Million. According to him, feasibility study has already been done concerning the project.

Minister Nyenpan told reporters that the Government will begin the demolition of houses that are along the Coca-Cola Factory- to ELWA road.  He calls on the public to support the Ministry of Public Works for smooth construction of said roads.

 
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