The Government of Liberia Lights up Buchanan City, Grand Bassa County. After one hundred and eight two years of existence, Buchanan City, Grand Bassa County has now been transformed into a City of light for the first time according to the County county’s happy citizens.
As President George Weah March throughout the main streets of Buchanan flanked by his entourage while switching on the light poles with remote control, he was buttressed by the beneficiaries with Cheers, a shower of praises, and a moment of joy for such a historic project. The initiative which is part of the President’s street lights electrification project now brings out the real City beauty of one of the Oldest Cities in Liberia had already has a paved road in the area.
Since the Commencement of the Presidential Street lights electrification project, major streets across the Country have been lighted by the Liberian leader as a promise fulfilled to the people in a move to help change their stories for the better as jubilation, political slogans characterized the initiative by the President of Liberia: George Weah and his government respectively. With the lighting of Buchanan City and many other cities across Liberia by President Weah, it is expected that economic activities will be improved while crime rates due to the presence of the lights will be reduced.
As the citizens of Grand Bassa County are celebrating and enjoying the beauty as a result of the lights, their major focus now will be to protect and or maintain the facility in the supreme interest of themselves. According to some of the happy beneficiaries, Dr. Weah is indeed their true leader and the dark medicine and the developmental-oriented President of the current dispensation.
They added that after several years of backwardness, It is time that tangible actions and development be realized instead of the old order of empty talks without result. Meanwhile, other cities as part of the project are expected to benefit from the project by the Liberian leader in continuation of the citizen’s engagement County tour.