Popo Beach 50 Homes Project Will Be Modern And Completed In Time,Assures LACE Boss


Barely a day after President George Weah brought relief to residents of the Popo Beach Community in the borough of New Kru Town to build fifty homes for fire victims, building materials have started surfacing at the construction site for the immediate execution of the project.

Currently sand, crushed rocks and many others are already on the ground to ensure the fulfillment of the President promise to his people.
According to the Executive Director of the Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment Quiwu Pepci Yeke the homes upon completion will be modern as well as completed in time.

He said they are up to the task and are in full gear to implement the project to ensure they bring relief to the people.

Mr. Yeke told reporters Tuesday that the Popo Beach project is part of the one thousand five hundred housing units project previously disclosed by the Liberian leader to be built across the Country as Montserrado County is the first beneficiary.
The LACE boss calls on residents of the project to work along with the contractors to ensure the realization of the project and in a timely manner.
At the same time Mr. Yeke has disclosed that the Presidential housing units project in Grand Kru County is well on course and running in line with time deadline.
He said latest data has shown that about one hundred and nine homes out of the over two hundred homes are at window level thus putting on going works at about 35-40%.
Regrettable he frowned at the stealing of some of the materials for the project.
Mr. Yeke said preliminary investigation has so far linked the district Superintendent in the County to the missing materials as well as the purchasing of other building items mainly cements and blocks as drastic action will be taken against him soon.

“I am confident that despite few of the current challenges facing the project ranging from the transporting of the materials to project sites especailly as the rainy season approaches ,bad road condition and many others,We will meet up with time the four months deadline period,Yeke assures Liberians.

Already,two months of the project has elipsed but the LACE boss said there is no need to worry as the contractors are working tirelessly to fulfill the dream of the President.

Still on construction work the agency through its boss has assured reporters that as part of legislative projects they are working in line with relevant government ministries and agencies as well as the national budget to ensure they implement such huge task especially by completing unfinished projects dated as far as 2015 under the past regime.

He said LACE in keeping with its mandate will do all it can to implement its work in line with best international standards and practices.
Meanwhile Mr.Yeke has departed the Country for South Africa to negotiate additional housing units and other developmental projects in the best interest of the people.