Liberian Government Begins Pavement of Barclayville Streets
Barclayville, Monrovia – The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Public works has begun the pavement of a 2.5 km road in Barclayville, the capital City of Grand Kru County in southeastern Liberia.
Making the disclosure to reporters, the Mayor of Barclayville City Corporation, Benetor Blamo said the double clip road project is 2.5 km in length with the cost of US$923,250 generated by the National Road Fund.
According Mayor Blamo, the construction of the road in the city is the first of its kind in since the Grand Kru County was established in 1984. The pavement of the road, she added, will serve as a major boost to the county because it will give the city a good look and boost economic activities.
She thanked the Government of Liberia under the guardianship of President George Weah for the ‘wonderful project in Grand Kru County, especially in Barclayville City.
The construction of the road in Grand Kru is part of the Weah-led administration’s road construction project in major cities across the country with money largely generated from the National Road Fund.