President Weah Tours some Development Projects In Gbarnga Bong County


In a move to decentralize as we as monitor the effectiveness of government projects nation wide Liberian leader George Weah Friday in central Liberia toured two development projects in the County namely: The Gbarnga broad street unfinished road and the Bong Technical College projects respectively.

Flanked by public works minister Mabutu Vlah Nyenpan,Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor along with other key government officials,President Weah took a keen look at the incomplete road project,smile and was also briefed about the progress as well as the final completion of the road project by Minister Nyenpan.
The Liberian leader walking majestically as well as elegantly dressed in his usual pro poor navy blue suit in the capital city of central Liberia (Gbarnga) was greeted with huge applauds from the citizens of Bong County who for the first time had the opportunity to set their eyes on their President as he responded with a smile and wave to them.

Taking his next tour at the long delay as well as controversial Bong County technical College Dr.Weah said his government will not promise but will work with the Vice president and other relevant authorities to ensure that the incomplete community College project is finally completed.

The College recently benefited from internet facility by this government though such facility is now down but President Weah was quick to urge the administration to work hard to ensure that they properly maintain the facilities at the college.

Earlier a student of Bong County Technical College Isaac Holder commended President Weah for his recent disclosure to declare all public tertiary institutions free of tuition.
He said the decision was not only timely but also a wise one that deserves more appreciation.
Isaac however reminded Mr.Weah of their incomplete community College facility appealing to him to see the need to complete it.

The two unfinished major projects in the County were partly constructed by the past regime but was never realized due to its incompletion as well as other financial,political and personal reasons as the people of Bong County are now relying heavily on this government with high hope to see the need to put smiles on their faces by completing the road and education projects which are very key to them.