President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Meet with West Point Victims
Pres. Sirleaf Urges West Point Erosion Victims To Work With MCC
MONROVIA, April 20 (LINA) - President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has urged the West Point erosion victims to work closely with Monrovia City Mayor Clara Doe Mvogo and the Commissioner of West Point, Sampson Nyan, to fast-track the processes leading to their relocation.
She assured the delegation that some actions will be taken to assist the most vulnerable while the long-term process of relocating all the affected residents is pursued.
According to an Executive Mansion press release, the Liberian leader made the call when a 3-member delegation of West Pointers who had gathered at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to raise concerns about their relocation met with her.
During the meeting, Monrovia City Major Mvogo and West Point Commissioner Nyan briefed President Sirleaf and the 3-member delegation about the relocation process and assured them that the situation will be remedied subsequently.
They called on the affected residents to work with them to bring relief to their people.
The West Point delegation included Rev. Demoe W. Moore, David S. Grant and Ma Lucy Barbior.