Officials in Grand Bassa officials have broken grounds for four projects across the county that will be funded by county social development funds.
A US$120,000 bridge connecting Grand Bassa, Bong, and Nimba has been dedicated in Grand Bassa’s fourth district.
The Ministry of Public Works has resumed pavement of two major streets in Greenville after the rainy season necessitated a nearly five-month break.
Nimba’s Superintendent Nelson Korquoi has announced that President George Weah will pay a five-day visit to Nimba beginning February 15.
Grand Bassa’s Superintendent Janjay Baikpeh has broken grounds in Waka Town for the construction of a palava hut.
Scores of citizens hailing from Gboa Clan in Nimba’s second electoral district are making a call familiar to rural residents across the country – they want the government to rehabilitate the stretch of road connecting them to their county’s capital.
Public Works Minister Mobutu Nyenpan has informed the House of Representatives that the government will soon pay arrears owed to Chinese construction company CHICO to allow it to continue work on the highway linking Ganta, Nimba to Harper, Maryland.
Sen. Albert Chie has dedicated several development projects completed within Grand Kru that are worth US$579,000, including the Grand Cess City Hall.