Liberian leader George Weah dream of making Popo Beach a new City is now coming into flu-ration gradually.
It can be recalled that President George Weah during the dedication of the new and modern fifty housing units’ project for fire victims in the middle of 2019 assured the people of Popo Beach and New Kru Town in general that he will make the Community a new City which will eventually attract investors and tourists and yield a huge dividend for the masses something that is now becoming a reality.
Well as testimony of said endeavor, Presidential Press Secretary Isaac Solo Kelgbeh on Tuesday October 29, 2019 disclosed the execution of the project from the foundation level.
According to him contractors have now begun the initial work for the 69 housing unit project in the area.
The project which upon completion will give a fix lift to the community and the coastal side of the Country will also benefit the most needed people in the area.
Mr. Kelgbeh told executive mansion reporters Tuesday at his Foreign Ministry Office that the project like other projects of the government is part of the government’s flagship program, the: Pro- Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD)
He said the President sees the ordinary people as his first priority and is working tirelessly to put and keep the smile on their faces.
“Dr. Weah is more concern about his people and he will do all to take them out of poverty, it is just a matter of time”, Solo intoned.
The 69 housing unit project which is been constructed by the Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment (LACE) will also include stores and other modern facilities for advance accommodation and entertainment among others.
In a related development the Liberian leader has named: Agriculture, Education and Health as primary priorities for his government in the coming months.
The Presidential Press Secretary further informed reporters that President Weah is soliciting support from the United Nations and other partners to ensure his target in these sectors is realized.
He said President Weah believed that with more attention and adequate support given the three sectors, much more will be achieve as the people in general will feel the impact.
Research has so far proven that Health, Education and Agriculture are cross cutting and human related sectors which are very key and intertwine to development as such the President newest focus is vital, noted, Mr. Kelgbeh.
Meanwhile the Liberian leader and other government officials are expected to pay a courtesy visit at the project site on Wednesday.