President Weah Arrives in Sinoe County, Dedicates Vocational Facility Amongst Others


President George Manneh Weah and entourage are in  Sinoe County  as part of continuation of his third leg Nationwide County Tour.

The Liberian Chief Executive, flanked by Intenal Affairs Minister Varney Sirleaf, Traditional Leaders including Zanzar Karwor and other top-notch Government Officials, are visiting the country’s third Original County, one of the “trio powers” of Liberia’s Independence.

According to a released,  while in Murryville, President Weah broke grounds for the construction of a Prison Referral Facility to be built 1m away from the main route leading to the Beach Side.

According to Superintendent Lee Nagbe Chea, the Prison Facility when constructed will be a major correctional facility within the Southeast, and will aid in mitigating crimes.

The Liberian Leader also broke grounds in Murryville for the construction of a 100-bedroom Hospital Facility.

‘The Facility will serve as a major boost for health related matters in the area and adjoining communities including Greenville”, Liberia’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Francis Ketteh was quoted as saying following President Weah who expressed glee while meeting various health practitioners who graced the brief ceremony.

Meanwhile, President George Weah lauded CDC Stalwart and Senator Cllr. Augustine Chea as he dedicated a modern Vocational Center in the county. He encouraged other leaders to follow suit, and said the construction of the facility by Senator Chea is welcoming.

At the same time, Acting Public Works Minister Ruth Coker-Collins has reaffirmed the Ministry’s commitment towards roads connectivity in the county.

In an exclusive interview with the Dozer Friday in Greenville City, she assured the Liberian Leader and the People of Sinoe County that the 1m road leading to the Prison Facility in Murryville, as well as the Buchanan – Greenville Corridor Road are being given serious attention.

According to the Public Works Official, tendering process is ongoing for the construction of several lots, amongst which is the Buchanan – Greenville Corridor Road.

The Acting Minister also decried the heavy downpour of rain which continues to pose major challenges for ongoing civil works along the corridor.

Minister Coker-Collins used the occasion to emphasize the urgent need for equipment which will aid in the Ministry’s periodic road maintenance and rehabilitation works across the country.

“Our camp sites in every county need to be empowered with the requisite equipment to serve as first responders for crtical sections or hotpots that require urgent intervention”, the Public Works Acting Minister intoned.