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Cabinet reviews report, highlights priority projects

Joseph T. Koon
President Eleen Johnson Sirleaf
President Eleen Johnson Sirleaf

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-The Liberian Cabinet has reviewed its performance report and received highlights of key priority projects.

The report also mandated collective engagements of the Cabinet on implementable and achievable projects by government ministries and agencies on time

.According to an Executive Mansion release, the Cabinet also reviewed performance of the priority implementation, monitoring framework and reporting description.

The performance scorecard for Tier -1 shows that 12% of the projects and programs completed and operational, 3% completed and ready to start, and those that require special attention.

The report also indicate that Tier 2– 100% of targets are on track and ongoing. Under Tier-3, 11% are completed and operational, 5% completed and ready to start, while 71% are on track or ongoing as 13% also demands special attention.

The Cabinet, chaired by President Ellen Johnson- Sirleaf, Wednesday, June 22, 2016, held their regular meeting to deliberate on pertinent national issues and activities at their respective entities.

During the meeting, the Cabinet discussed critical projects and their status, including a new terminal building for RIA, a new runway, ministerial complex, a modern conference center, an expanded Capitol Building, and progress on the ongoing works on the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex.

It also received updates on the existing transmission and Distribution of electricity across Bomi, RIA, Monrovia Consolidation and the Kakata enclave.

At the same time, the Cabinet also deliberated on water and sanitation rehabilitation efforts at the White Plains Water Treatment facility,  the restoration of pipe-borne water to Kakata, Gbarnga and Zwedru cities.

Meanwhile, the Cabinet has commended the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) for swiftly assisting in tackling thrash disposal in Monrovia.

The Cabinet said: “The intervention of the AFL was a clear manifestation that the army reflects a new service to country.” 


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