NSA Modern Office Complex Coming Soon, As White Plains Residents Pour Praises On President Weah’s Gov’t

Director of the NSA, Hon. James Hernic Pearson, II

Beautifully situated at the left bank of the St. Paul River in the White Plains Community on an ideally located on a eleven acres of land is expected to be the future home of the National Security Agency (NSA); its completion will help to boost the image of the CDC-led government in its national security reform.

NSA new office complex coming soon

The gigantic building with over 82-room offices when completed will drastically help to ease the huge financial payments for rental services by the government, and it will also help to provide those facilities that will enhance the capacity of the men and women in the sector.

According to sources closed to the construction work of this new NSA modern building complex, many of contracted employees are Liberians, while others are Guineans and Togolese, who are providing a professional and qualified services making sure that the building is completed on time.

In a chat with some members of the NSA, who appeared joyful on Sunday afternoon, August 9, 2020, bragged of the initiative for his institution to have a modern headquarters in the months to come after huge finances had been paid over the years by government for rental purposes at their current office in central Monrovia.

Speaking further they also lauded the residents of White Plains for their generosity and courage by providing the eleven acres of land where the modern office complex is being built, and also disclosed that following the completion of the modern office complex several other facilities including clinic, prison cells and others will be constructed.

According to him, a little over US$600,000.00 has been infused in the project, and further expressed gratitude to the Liberian leader, President George Manneh Weah for allowing him to undertake this project, which he believes will give a complete facelift to the beautification of the country’s security sector reform.

For some of the residents who spoke to the GNN after touring the modern two-storey building complex, poured praises on the leadership of the NSA headed by James Henic Pearson, II, for its thoughtfulness by bringing this gigantic structure to their community, and also providing job opportunity to their young people.

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Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.