In living up to its commitment of infrastructure development across the Country, the Executive Director of the Liberia Agency for Community (LACE) Quiwu Pepci Yeke has disclosed the readiness of dedication of key development projects recently undertaken by the Liberian Government.
Speaking Wednesday on the Old Road at the dedication ceremony of the Joe-Bar Old Road Market Project, Mr. Yeke Named the projects as the completion of the 50 housing units project in the Popo Beach Community including the full completion of the 236.00.00 United States Dollars Bridge project in Grand Cape Mount County respectively.
According to the LACE boss the project is 100% complete and meets international standard and ready for use. He said the government is happy to fulfill its development agenda to its people and is working hard to put more smiles on the faces of the citizenry of the Country as part of its developmental priorities.
Speaking further the LACE head said efforts are on the way for the completion of the over 200 housing unit project in Grand Kru County.
Yeke told the gathering that the land mark project in Sass Town and surrounding Communities have now brought great relief to the residents in the area, noting that it is a historic project first of its kind in the County.
“From Hut to modern Homes”, added, the LACE boss as the people just can’t stop praising the government for such development initiative in their area.
Moreover, he indicated that another modern bridge project in Grand Cape Mount County is nearing completion soon.
He at the same time disclosed plans for the construction of additional 69 housing units in New Kru Town including 40 stores among others.
Mr. Yeke who put the cost of the pending project at 3m added that it is in fulfillment of the presidents’ dream to develop a new coastal city along the Popo Beach Community.
The Hard-working LACE boss thanked the president for fulfilling its commitment to his people and promised to at all time transformed promise into reality.
Meanwhile the LACE boss speaking earlier at the dedicatory ceremony of the Du Port Road Market called on the beneficiaries of the project to use the facilities wisely.
He said due to the new and modern Joe- bar Market project, he expects marketers to leave the streets and go and sell in the market.
The 206.00usd market project now has over 400 tables, 13 ware houses, parking lot, six modern bathrooms, 4.9 feet height and is situated on a 3 lot of land.
Mr. Yeke commended the contractors mainly students of the Booker T. Washington Institute and the Monrovia Vocational Institute for helping to construct the new old road market.
He promised to continue the collaboration between LACE and the Ministry of Youth and Sports for the total empowerment of all young people of Liberia.