SINOE COUNTY, Liberia – In an exertion to providing unrestricted flow of movables and amenities between Butaw and Tarjuowon districts in Sinoe County, Golden Veroleum Liberia has begun reconditioning the 45-kilometer road linking the two districts.
According to GVL’s Senior Manager for Tarjuowon North operations, Jaya Kumar, the road project is one of several road projects carried being carried out in the county. Mr. Kumar says even though, GVL is a for profit organization it is concerned about improving the conditions for local residents.
“The national government cannot do everything, so it is up to companies such as ours to help,” said Kumar. “We have made it our internal policy to help affected communities in the areas where we operate and work closely with them to make sure that there is a good flow of goods and services, which is why we decided to work on the road.
Over the course of the past years GVL has constructed or rehabilitated several hundred miles of roads in both Sinoe and Grand Kru Counties, including the Butaw-Philip Pantoe Village Roadway in Tarjuowon, the Greenville-Butaw Highway and the Panama-Klanedaye Road in Sinoe County. GVL also reconditioned the Unification-Sonouhn Town Roadway, the Lexington-Greenville Highway and constructed the newly built road from Sonuoh to Bestnewlue in Tarjuowon.