A long-rumored Marriott Hotel for Liberia is finally taking shape, as the hospitality management company, Aleph Hospitality, has announced an agreement with Marriott International to launch the first Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Liberia.
Technicians of the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation are working to repair the damaged 36-in transmission pipe that carries water to Paynesville, Congo Town, and Monrovia.
Herbie McCauley, the managing director of the National Transit Authority, has disclosed that the entity is expected to receive a donation of 45 buses from the Indian government before the middle of this year.
In the wake of a damaged 36-inch pipe that supplies water to several communities in Monrovia, the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation has announced that water supply will be disrupted for seven days in the affected areas.
A damage to the 36-inch pipe that supplies water to several communities in Monrovia has led to water outage.
A few days before Christmas, residents of a part of the Old Road community of Chugbor heard loud sparks from their transformer. These were accompanied by an immediate blackout for all homes connected.
President George Weah’s administration has often celebrated paving kilometers of community roads as one of its major achievements since taking office. In fact, in his Annual Message to the National Legislature, the president touted the completion of the Doe Community and Chugbor roads as a reflection of his dedication to infrastructure.
Jupiter construction, the company responsible for the replacement of the 43-year-old Timbo River Bridge, has resumed work after a five-month hiatus.