President Weah Reassures Residents in Nimba County of Continuous Development

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The fifth day of the Nation Wide County tour has seen two ground breaking ceremonies, inspections and Town Hall meetings with Community dwellers in Nimba County.

President George Manneh Weah on Tuesday February 16, 2020 broke grounds for the construction of a new market structure in Gono Town. When constructed, it will be the second market the CDC  government  will construct in the county.

The Liberian Agency for Community Empowerment (LACE) is the institution in charge of the construction.

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The Liberian leader also broke grounds for the construction of a modern Sanniquellie hospital in Sekimpa, Nimba County.

The hospital will be seated on a four acres of land set aside for the relocation of the G W Hospital due to limited space and disturbance from nearby train track.

The expected hospital structure is to be built by ArcelorMittal as part of it social corporate developmental responsibility to the community and people of Nimba County.

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Thou, the government is pushing the construction of roads, the issue of bad road is still a challenge in the country.

The Liberian leader meanwhile inspected ongoing road work on the Sanniquelle-Loquatuo Road work, where he interacted with the contractors.

The people of Nimba County, Sanniquellie had a town hall meeting with President Weah and presented a list of challenges ranging from Agriculture support to education and developmental support including macro loan to business people in the county.

The Liberian leader pledged his support  especially in the agriculture sector . According to the Chief executive, agriculture is the best way, farmers should grow what we eat and that agriculture is the best way for development.

Mr. Weah also promised  of ten motorbikes and a pick up to the elders of Sanniquelle.

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