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Lack of Logistics Hampering CSA Operations In Cape Mount
By D. Ignatius Roberts
ROBERTSPORT, July 28 (LINA)-The Coordinator of the Grand Cape Mount County branch of the General Services Agency (GSA), Kalilu K. Pusah, says the lack of a vehicle and other logistics is hampering the smooth operation of the Agency in the county.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with the Liberia News Agency correspondent in the capital Robertsport recently, Mr. Pusah cited the lack of a utility vehicle or motorbikes to monitor Government properties in the county including buildings and vehicles.
Mr. Pusah said at present, Government has 109 buildings and 10 vehicles in the county.
He said due to the lack of a vehicle or motorbike, his administration is unable to conduct the regular inspection of these properties.
Mr. Pusah has also disclosed that the agency does not have an office space in the county, thus compelling him to run the affairs of the agency at his private residence.
The GSA coordinator said his office also lacks stationery and office furniture, noting that this was also hampering the effective functioning of the agency.