200 stranded In Southeastern Liberia Due to Bad Road Condition

The deplorable condition of roads in Liberia has created serious hardship for Liberians around the country, with hundreds of Liberians and foreign travelers spending sleepless nights in hard forest due to bad road condition.

Over 200 women and children have been stranded in the country most dangerous forests in southeastern Liberia, especially those coming from Maryland, Grand Gedeh, Grand Kru and River Gee Counties for Monrovia are finding it very difficult to reach to their desired locations.

As a result of this situation, our Correspondent said food and other marketable items destined for Monrovia for survival are been damaged due to the lack of yellow machines to pull their vehicles out of huge mud that seized the movement of dozens of vehicles on the highway.

Similar situation is also hampering residents of Monrovia and its environs in getting to their various locations due to the lack of improve roads network.

As a result of this, residents who stay out of the city center wake up as early as 5am to get to work or to school due to the terrible road network in the Capitol.

One of the major route roads in the Gardnerville suburb, the Somalia Drive has damaged beyond control with hundreds of vehicles in queue striving to reach their occupants to their locations.

SNAPS OF BAD ROAD CONDITION IN LIBERIA

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