Public Works Minister Vows to Ease Flooding on Freeport-Gabriel Tucker Bridge Corridor Before JICA Project Begins

By Pewu Y. Sumo/0777131089

MONROVIA – Minister of Public Works Roland Layfette Giddings acknowledged the daily struggles of commuters caused by flooding along the Freeport-Gabriel Tucker Bridge corridor. In response, Minister Giddings led a team of engineers from the Ministry on a tour to assess the situation and explore immediate solutions.

The flooding is attributed to blocked drainage systems, causing significant inconvenience for motorists and pedestrians.

Cleaning of drainages along the Freeport-Gabriel Tucker Bridge Corridor by a team of the Ministry of Public Works

“The Ministry of Public Works cannot simply wait for the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to begin their extension of the Japan Freeway in October,” Minister Giddings remarked during the tour. “It is our responsibility as a government to intervene swiftly and ease these challenges for our citizens.”

While expressing frustration with the littering habits identified as a major cause of the blockage, Minister Giddings assured the public of significant intervention by the Ministry within the coming weeks.

Minister Giddings reiterated his commitment to making a lasting impact on Liberia’s infrastructure sector during his tenure.

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