Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment (LACE) says, government is building and about to complete 1,500 Pro-Poor Housing Unites in the 15 counties soon aimed at improving the living standards of some Liberians.
LACE Boss, Quiwu Pepci Yekeh in a special interview with reporters in Sasstown over the weekend said, government has completed a total of 500 Pro-Poor housing units in Sasstown, Grand Kru, Popo Beach in Montserrado, and Kpelleh Village in Grand Gedeh counties and other places.
“WE ARE EXPECTED TO BUILD A TOTAL NUMBER OF ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED (1,500) HOUSING UNITS ACCROSS THE COUNTRY” Mr. Yekeh noted.
According to him, about 240 housing units have been completed in Grand Kru County including Grandcess, Sasstown, Barclayville, and neighboring villages and towns.
He added that in Grand Gedeh county they have completed the first phase with 50 housing units and will continue with the second phase of the project.
Mr. Yekeh attested to the poor living condition of the people, and mentioned that the new structures have brought relief and excitement to the beneficiaries who no longer need to go out to Bath of ease themselves.
President Weah has promised to build 200 housing Units in Kanweaken, River Gee County and Gbi and Doru, Nimba County according to he LACE boss.
Mr. Yekeh said there are plans to continue the housing units in Bomi and Grand Cape Mount counties respectively.
Meanwhile, citizens of Sasstown, Grand Kru county have appreciated the Liberian leader for changing their living situation.
They attributed the Liberian leader ascendency to the presidency as a blessing to the county and especially the people of Sasstown.