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MPW Begins Streets Upgrade In Monrovia
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MPW Begins Streets Upgrade In Monrovia
By Robert Dixon

MONROVIA, August 11 (LINA) - The Ministry of Public Works (MPW) has started patching depreciated streets in Monrovia and its environs under its Quick Impact Project.

Communication Director Jusufu M. Keita said the exercise is intended to address some of the critical needs associated with maintaining road infrastructure in the country.

"We are doing this to improve the condition of roads in Monrovia and its environs despite the financial challenges facing the Ministry,” he said.

Keita told the Liberia News Agency Thursday that the Ministry was also demonstrating to the Liberian people its commitment and ability to improve the road situation in the country during this rainy season.

Meanwhile, Keita has said the drainage crew has also begun working to improve the drainage system in Monrovia and its environs.



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