Second phase of President Weah for Clean City Campaign to be launched Saturday on the Bushrod Island.

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In an effort to make the Nation’s Capital City Monrovia a Clean, Green and Safe City including surrounding communities, The second phase of President Weah for Clean City Campaign will kick up this Saturday April 7th, 2018.
The exercise will officially start up with a walk from the Freeport of Monrovia and will climax in Duala and New Kru Town, Bushrod Island respectively.
President Weah will be accompanied by Defense Minister Daniel Ziankahn, First Lady Clar Weah including other senior Government officials for the day long exercise which will begin by 7am.
The second phase of the campaign will begin with a parade which is intended to raise more awareness about the importance of cleaning the City.
The second phase of the campaign will begin with a parade which is intended to raise more awareness about the importance of cleaning the City.
City Mayor Jefferson Koijee encouraged Liberians to to take ownership of the process because a clean City is a pillar for healthy living.
As part of the process the Liberian leader will be assisted by personal of the Armed forces of Liberia who will be seen using their trucks and other heavy duty equipment to help clean various communities.
Koijee urged all Liberians to be a part of history making for the common good of the society.
Additionally Mayor Koijee clarified that his recent visitation to the City of Paynesville was not meant to overlapped function rather a good sign that the pro-poor government is complementing each other.
The exercise will officially start up with a walk from the Freeport of Monrovia and will climax in Duala and New Kru Town, Bushrod Island respectively.
President Weah will be accompanied by Defense Minister Daniel Ziankahn, First Lady Clar Weah including other senior Government officials for the day long exercise which will begin by 7am.
The second phase of the campaign will begin with a parade which is intended to raise more awareness about the importance of cleaning the City.
The second phase of the campaign will begin with a parade which is intended to raise more awareness about the importance of cleaning the City.
City Mayor Jefferson Koijee encouraged Liberians to to take ownership of the process because a clean City is a pillar for healthy living.
As part of the process the Liberian leader will be assisted by personal of the Armed forces of Liberia who will be seen using their trucks and other heavy duty equipment to help clean various communities.
Koijee urged all Liberians to be a part of history making for the common good of the society.
Additionally Mayor Koijee clarified that his recent visitation to the City of Paynesville was not meant to overlapped function rather a good sign that the pro-poor government is complementing each other.
As part of the process the Liberian leader will be assisted by personal of the Armed forces of Liberia who will be seen using their trucks and other heavy duty equipment to help clean various communities.
Koijee urged all Liberians to be a part of history making for the common good of the society.
Additionally Mayor Koijee clarified that his recent visitation to the City of Paynesville was not meant to overlapped function rather a good sign that the pro-poor government is complementing each other.
He said in buttressing his colleague efforts in Paynesville City, his team will next week visit Du Port Road And own Field and surrounding communities to also carry out similar exercise.
He praised the current mayor for doing a good job in the interest of the people.
Meanwhile the City Corporation will on April 20th starts full implementation of the City Parking operations in the City.
According to the Lord Major Communications will be send out to those concerned especially the business people before the corporation can jump start the process.
It can be recall that first Lady Clar Weah on Tuesday donated huge cleaning up gears to the City Corporation in a move to buttress the MCC’s effort of ensuring that the City is clean, green and safe.