Local Business Woman Encourages President Weah To Prioritize Road Construction
Margibi: A local businesswoman and member of the Liberia Marketing Association in Lower Margibi County is encouraging President George Manneh Weah to prioritize road construction across the Country.
Mrs. Martha K. Sie in an interview with newsmen in Cotton Tree over the weekend said as the president has embarked on the building of roads, she wants him to continue on that path on grounds that if there is good road network there will be no food shortage and marketers will be excited.
“Now a man cannot take two bags of cassava from a distance from Gibi bush to bring it even into Kakata, so we need roads to the various villages and things to be able to bring food to Town” she lamented.
Madam Sie indicated that due to the distances and the deplorable condition of roads in the Country there is a scarcity of bitterball and the few that is on the market is expensive.
“So I will like for him to really work along with the people to make sure that roads reach to every Village and Town” she asserted.
In a related development, Mrs.Martha K.Sie is calling on every Liberian to rally around the President if he should succeed in the construction of roads in the Country and do away with destructive criticizing.
She recommended to those who want to criticize the President to do it constructively and not criticizing that will discourage him adding that they are seeing and hearing negative things on the social media and the radio about Liberia something she said is not fine.
“People will not be willing to come and help us, you see the Ghanaians they always say in the whole-wide-world that they are the best so likewise myself I say Liberia is the best because Liberia is the only Country that I have; there is nowhere like home” she explained.
Mrs.Sie meanwhile called all Liberians to rally support to President Weah and his able lieutenants, give him words of encouragement and advise him in order to move Liberia forward because the Country is for every Liberian and not for him (President Weah) alone.