Giant Monument Of President George Weah To Be Built In Doe Community As Symbol Of Appreciation.
In appreciation of the President’s quick intervention in relieving the over 49,000 inhabitants of Doe community from their age old deplorable road condition; the veteran Bureau of Doe Community has resolved to construct a monument of President Dr. George M. Weah right in the middle of the triangle at the roundabout in Doe community.
Speaking to reporters in Doe community, Brandy B. Youlo, the Chairman of the group said it was the group’s own way of appreciating the Weah administration for bringing to an end the bad road condition that has been a hindrance to business and other daily activities in the community since its establishment in 1984. He further stressed that the proposed monument is not a pay for the road, but a symbol of appreciation for the level of relief the project has brought.
Before the intervention of the Weah’s administration; marketeers, students, the elderly, disabled, and the general inhabitants had difficulties in moving from one part of the community to the other.
The 2.7killometers of asphalt pavement will connect Doe community, to Clara Town.
Meanwhile, the veteran Bureau is a conglomeration of residents of Doe community from diverse professional background; established to advocate for the common good of the community.