Heritage (Monrovia)

24 January 2014

Liberia: Thanking the U.S. Gov't & Other Partners

editorial

We enthusiastically join the authorities and people of Grand Cape Mount County in thanking the United States Government and other partners for joining hands to embark on the construction of a water pipeline extension from the water treatment plant into Grand Cape Mount.

When this project is completed, we are told, it would ensure the constant supply of safe-drinking water to the people of Robertsport, the provincial capital of Grand Cape Mount County.

For us, we are very happy over the execution of this water pipeline extension project owing to the importance of water, particularly clean water.

As we all know, water is life, and so any undertaking aimed at ensuring that people, who do not have access to safe-drinking have access to this precious resource-safe-drinking water, must be embraced to the fullest.

The United States Ambassador Deborah Malac, we have learnt, has already given assurance regarding the full execution of the project.

We welcome this good news and salute her and the American Government and People, including other partners for this human driven undertaking.

Frankly, the American Government and People are so dear to our country-They are heavily involved in the reconstruction of our country as evidenced by the developments on the ground.

Like our government, we will always recognize their enormous contributions so as to motivate them to do more.

To this end, we urge the people of Robertsport to take ownership of the facility when it is completed.

Again, we join the authorities and people of Grand Cape Mount County in thanking the United States Government and other partners for this undertaking.

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