GRAND GEDEH COUNTY, LIBERIA-The Liberia Immigration Service (LIS) has benefitted from several administrative Border Plazas built by the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
The border plazas were dedicated on Wednesday, March 23, 2022, in Grand Gedeh County.
The Border Plazas were built in Grand Gedeh and Nimba Counties.
LIS Spokesman, Abraham Dorley, told ELBC that the units were presented along with motorbikes.
Mr. Dorley said:” The intervention by the IOM will enhance the operations of the LIS in the two Counties, particularly, in hard-to-reach areas.”
The administrative Plazas were built in Glio Temple, Beayee and Butuo, along the Liberia–Ivory Coast border, in Grand Gedeh and Nimba Counties, respectively.