Bomi County Superintendent Samuel Folley Brown
Supt. Upbeat About New Bomi CSC
By David Pamas Seedee, LINA Bomi County Correspondent
TUBMANBURG, July 19 (LINA) - Bomi County Superintendent Samuel Folley Brown has said the just-completed County Service Center (CSC) in Tubmanburg will now grant the people access to government services that were once available only in Monrovia.
Superintendent Brown made the statement recently in Tubmanburg when a delegation from the Ministry of Internal Affairs visited the county to inspect the newly-completed CSC for dedication.
He explained that when the CSC is dedicated, the people of Bomi will have the opportunity to do the registration of birth and marriage, land deeds, businesses, among others, in the county.
He said the people of Bomi will no longer have to travel to Monrovia to obtain driver’s license, health certificate and to pay government taxes.
He urged residents of the county to fully utilize the County Service Center.
The United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL, European Union (EU) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the government of Liberia provided funding for the construction of the CSC estimated to cost US$48,000.