LIBERIA: On Monrovia/RIA Highway, East Int’l Group Erects Caution Signs For Motorists And Roads Users

East International employee painting signs aimed preventing further road accident

During GNN Liberia investigative tour on the Monrovia/RIA amid public outcry about the danger possess to motorists and the general public, GNN Liberia during the tour observed the difference.

In order for the management to perform it’s professional services on the road, according to sources effort has been made by the company to have  erected ‘Caution Signs’ aimed at warning motorists on how to be careful whenever they are driving on the road either at night or in the day.

During the 45minutes drive from and to the Roberts International Airport, it was observed in spite of the heavy down pour of rain on Saturday, September 10, 2022, workers of the company were seen working on the road, as vehicles smoothly drive from Monrovia to the Roberts International Airport without hindering their movement.

Some motorists, who spoke to our reporter, explained how they are overwhelmed of the reflective caution signs being erected for the safety of motorists and others who ply the road daily to their various locations by the company, stressing that with this idea of erecting reflective signs would help to abort unforeseen motor accidents on the Monrovia/RIA highway.

During the tour of the road, it was observed that the company in its employ has  97%  of Liberians, many of whom are bread winners for their respective families are said to be oversighted for the job opportunity provided them by the company, according to them this gave them the opportunity to contribute their quota to the growth and development of their country.

Some of the employees who bombed into our reporter in a heavy down pour of rains called on their fellow compatriots not to prefer the East International Construction Company services to the Liberian people, and further noted that the work will be completed on time as scheduled.

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