17 June 2014

Liberia: GSA Turns Over 13 Vehicles to Police

The General Services Agency (GSA) has turned over 13 vehicles to the Liberia National Police (LNP) to help enhance its operations.

According to the Liberia News Agency, each of the vehicles was marked and coded by the GSA ahead of the handing over ceremony.

The vehicles were purchased recently through the joint support of the United Nations, Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the Government of Liberia.

Speaking at the turning ceremony held at the LNP Headquarters in Monrovia, GSA Director General Mary Broh assured police authorities that the GSA is prepared to take responsibility for servicing and maintaining the vehicles upon request by the LNP.

Receiving the vehicles, Deputy Police Inspector General for Administration, Col. William Mulbah, said the vehicles will help prepare the police to take over security of the country as the United Nations Mission in Liberia draws down its troops.

Col. Mulbah promised that the vehicles will be used wisely for its intended purpose.

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