Several young people have been protesting in Ganta in an effort to have the street lights in the city and other major Nimba cities restored.
President George Weah says he wants Liberians to embrace the government’s quest to connect all parts of the country with paved roads.
The Senate has ratified the US$420 million financing agreement between EBOMAF and the Government of Liberia for the rehabilitation, construction, and pavement of roads in parts of Liberia.
The Senate has concurred with the lower house to ratify the US$536 million road financing loan agreement to fund its coastal road project to connect southeastern counties.
Residents along the highway from Ganta to Tappita are expected to soon receive payments for properties that would be affected by the pending road construction.
The Liberian Senate will today convene a special session to open discussions on the Eton Road Financing Loan Agreement.
There is now a sign of relief for commuters between Ganta, Nimba and Zwedru in Grand Gedeh as the government has announced a new financing agreement to pave the corridor.
On Saturday, the government announced a new loan financing agreement with a private Burkina Faso construction company, EBOMAF, to construct several roads in the country.