By Abdul Rahman Suagibu –
NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN), Freetown, Sierra Leone- LIBERIA, Mansion Executive tallied has divulged recommendations by the administration of President George Weah to widen the Roberts International Airport Highway to a four-lane boulevard. This proposal growth is to be 44 Kilometer, which Isaac Solo Kelgbeh – Presidential Press Secretary proclaims that, it will thwart drawbacks confronted by the activities of automobiles on the recent one lane.
“Normally, you just have one lane going and one lane coming, so the president wants to improve it to four lanes,” Kelgbeh noted.
“The expansion will create Roberts International Airport along the route, instead of just using a single lane.”
February 18th, 2020 honoring an Executive Mansion regular press briefing, Presidential Press Secretary – Kelgbeh let out that, the interval of the project and the company accountable to execute, it will be made no notice the public, at the ground breaking liturgy recorded for Thursday, February, 20th 2groundbreakingtained that, the development of the Roberts International Airport road is in cord with President Weah’s developmental program directed on road connectivity.
There has been a sequel of fiaschi along the RIA in recent years, one of which steer to the loss of a former Liberian Legislator – Adolph Lawrence continually, there have been calls for the extension of that highway.
Meanwhile, the Presidential Press Secretary has underscored that, President Weah’s testimony of the 14 Military Hospital being 95% accomplished; fulfilling a tour on the eve of Liberia’s Armed Forces Day.
February 11, 2018, President George Weah endorsed his government’s motion to build a military infirmary for cops of the AFL as well as neighborhoods near the facility. He then broke ground for the construction of the hospital on March 26, of the same year. Kelgbeh inspired to say that, the hospital will be opening in the coming months not only for the military personnel but will also attend to residents available by extension, far on a commercial basis.
For New Africa Business News (NABN) Abdul Rahman Suagibu Reports, Africa Correspondent
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