About two months ago, on October 26, 2018 in Gbarnga, Bong County, during President Dr. George Manneh Weah’s visit, Vice President Jewel Cianeh Howard-Taylor pleaded with her boss to help complete the unfinished Gbarnga Road project in order to give the City a facelift. The Liberian leader accepted to complete the project.
In keeping with his promise, President Weah has given approval for the project to resume and be completed. Already, works have begun to the delight of residents of the City.
Pundits have opined that President Weah’s fulfillment of the promise to his Vice President throws monkey wrench in rumors that there is rift between the two leaders as claimed by naysayers whose sole desire is to see the government gets distracted from implementing the pro-poor agenda that would eventually improve the lives of Liberians and develop Liberia.
“This is good news for us. As a “talk and do” leader, we have no doubt that President Weah will live up to his other commitment to complete the school so that we can learn in a conducive environment as he also promised during his visit in October,” Siah Flomo said.
“She added “they say if your Christmas will be good, you will know from the eve. Now, our Broad Street road is being worked on during the festive season. This signals that our Christmas will be good.”
Dr. Weah said his government will not promise but will work with the Vice president and other relevant authorities to ensure that the incomplete College project is finally completed.
In effect, he has raised the bar higher for opposition to work harder in planting seed of discord between the President and Vice President.