Cabinet Receives Update on Priority Development Project; Halt in Sale of Government-owned Vehicles

Monrovia, Liberia: Cabinet has received obtaining updates on priority development projects across the country and has mandated with immediate effect an end to further sale of government-owned scrap vehicle across various Ministries, Agencies and Commissions.

According to an Executive Mansion release, Cabinet received systematic updates on key projects as the John F. Kennedy Center, the J.F.K Eye Clinic, the National Drug Service, Redemption Hospital, New A. M. Dogliotti College of Medicine to be built at Fendell, existing Medical School, National Health workforce, Health Worker Housing, the National Diagnostic Center, Google Project Link, RIA Runway rehabilitation as well as the New Terminal building.

Cabinet also assessed updates on progress since the administration took over in 2006 and major achievements that have characterized the government’s commitment in delivering vital service to its people toward the last mile. Cabinet is expected to be further briefed in the coming weeks on a comprehensive Report Card that will exhaustively reflect facts and data in line with the legacy of the administration.

Cabinet further mandated the compelling need to underscore systems put in place including the establishment of integrity institutions such as PPCC, IAA, LACC, GAC, LEITI, among others, which have set the country on an irreversible trajectory.

In a related development, Cabinet was updated that as a result of the remarkable and meticulous performance of the President Delivery Unit (PDU), the Government of Togo has expressed interest in collaboration and partnership. So far, some Togolese nationals have been drafted to the PDU in a counterpart relationship while the Unit has also seconded PDU’s staff to Togo to enhance cross-pollination of ideas and foster skills transfer.

Meanwhile, in the wake of government’s determination to carefully preserve state assets while in transition, Cabinet mandated that all scrap vehicles under the ambit of the General Service Agency (GSA) be halted with immediate effect pending a thorough review process to be presided over by the General services Agency, Public Procurement Concession Commission and the Governance Commission.

Cabinet concluded with updates on a number of Service Centers slated for dedication in Barclayville, Fish Town and Bentol, as well as, the reopening of the national museum on Broad Street and the upcoming Small and Medium Enterprises on ICT.

However, in an effort to ensure and maintain cohesiveness as well as a singleness of purpose amid the transition, Cabinet mandated the need for restraint, professional courtesy and respect for each other especially involving those at the center of national leadership.

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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.