9) 93.1 miles of feeder Roads in Bong County – US$2.8m
10) ELWA – Coca Cola Factory Road Expansion – US$11m
11) 63km Vahun Road in Lofa – US$5m
12) 2.8km GSA – Rehab Road – US$3m
13) Jallah Town Road – US$1.5m
14) Tubman Boulevard and Roads in Central Monrovia and Sinkor – US$48.3m
15) 370km feeder roads in Southeastern Liberia – US$21m
16) 24.5km Klay to DC Clarke Road to Bomi County and 51km of community roads in Monrovia and its environs – US$59.6m
17) 56.80km Totota-Piata Road and 22.3km Gboyea-Kankalanata Road – US$886,199.00
18) 86km Robertsfield – Monrovia Highway Pavement
19) Caldwell Road Pavement
20) 5.63km SKD Boulevard Road
21) 1.5 miles Matadi Road
22) Jamaica Road
23) SD Cooper – Coca Cola Factory Road
24) Badnersville – Dixville Road
25) Police Academy Road
26) Marshall Road
27) Duport – Weaver Street Road
28) Gobachop Market Road
29) Momboe Town Road
30) Belle Yallah Road in Gbarpolu Co.
31) Barclayville – Pleebo Highway
32) 300km of Roads in 7 districts in Nimba Co.
B) Major Bridges built by EJS
1) The New Zolu Duma Bridge (Vai Town Bridge) – US$16m
2) Jacob Samuel Milton Bridge (Caldwell Bridge) – US$8.2m
3) Robert Stockton Creek Bridge (Jamaica Road) – Part of US$57m first phase Somalia Drive Road
As usual, my Facebook inbox got flooded on Friday with videos and pictures from ceremonies of President George M. Weah inspecting a few community roads in Monrovia.
I guess CDCians and pro-Weah fanatics will leave my inbox after reading this. Tell President Weah to STOP bragging. He isn’t even 3% there yet.
I will publish a power-packed analysis and provide more details, including authentic sources, of over 60 major roads including bridges built by ex-President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. President Weah is yet too far.
The construction of a few “pro-poor community roads” must not be political.
STOP it, GMW. Even his signature project (Doe Community Road) which is just 2.7km (1.5 miles) costs less than US$2m.
Beyond this end, I thought they promised “Coastal Highway”? It is sad to be bragging about “Community Low-way” after 2 years in power.
Caution GMW to separate politics from road construction.
Tell President Weah to STOP bragging. He isn’t there yet. He has not even started crawling.
Wishing all of you a blissful weekend. I really miss Liberia. But will be back soon.
About The Author: Martin K. N. Kollie is an exiled Liberian activist, columnist, and economist.