Lack Of Roads Connectivity Impedes Development
Public Works Minister Mabutu V. Nyenpan, has stated that the lack of roads connectivity has impeded the development of Liberia.
Minister Nyanpan stressed that the implementation of the road project from Konia and Voinjama including Gbarnga and Lofa through the Kuwaiti Fund will be used purposely for the development of the country, especially with roads connectivity.He reiterated the mandate of the President George Manneh Weah to have county capitals connected through roads connectivity to enhance the socio and economic development of the nation.
The Public Works Ministry Boss made the statement Thursday at the signing ceremony of the Konia and Voinjama Road project held at the Ministry of Finance, Development and Planning in Monrovia.
According to him, most parts of the country are inaccessible and divided especially during the rainy season, making reference to the southeastern part of Liberia.
“This agreement today is in furtherance of the capital to capital connection we are talking, and this is another reason we should celebrate” He added.
Minister Nyanpan maintained that it is the primary priority of the government to address bad roads condition by connecting the entire country with pave roads.
He assured the Kuwaiti Fund delegation of government’s implementing the project within the specify time-frame, by ensuring value for money.
He explained that the road will enhance infrastructure development in the country when completed as schedule in 2022.