As part of the CDC led Government short and long term plans, the Government of Liberia led by the
Commander In Chief ( C-I-C ) of the Armed Forces of Liberia George Weah is expected to break grounds for the construction of a 200 bed Military Teaching Hospital for the Armed Forces of Liberia including other security apparatus in the country.
The Military Hospital upon completion will put to an end the long health related challenges guardian man and women of the Armed forces of Liberia go through over the past years.
It can be recalled that the Commander In CHIEF of Armed Forces of Liberia George M. Weah informed the public of plans by the ” PRO-POOR GOVERNMENT) to construct a military hospital to address some of the urgent medical needs of security personnel in the country.
Ahead of the ground breaking ceremony which is expected to take place next Monday March 26,2018 along the Roberts International Airport route, the Engineering Company of the AFL has embarked on a major clean up exercise of the site that will host the medical complex.
several officials of government are expected to join the Liberian leader including defense Minister Daniel Zainkahn to dedicate such historic project.
Since 1847 the Country under a CDC led Government will have the first military hospital.
President Weah at his first Armed forces Day celebration promised to improve the well being of AFL personnel as well as other Para military officers across the country.
He named: housing and insurance benefits and other necessary equipment as some of the key initiatives his government will embarked upon to put smiles on the faces of the professional men and women in arms of Liberia.