Ground breaking of the 14th Modern “Gobachop” Market Current Shape of the 14th Modern “Gobachop” Market   Ground breaking of the 14th Modern “Gobachop” Market Current Shape of the 14th Modern “Gobachop” Market  

“Gorbachop” 14th Modern Market Project Dedication Underway

Paynesville, Liberia - The ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC)administration headed by President Dr. George Manneh Weah is said to be making some strides relative to infrastructure development in and around Montserrado County and beyond, despite some economic challenges.

In fulfillment of one of its many campaign promises to the people of Liberia, President Weah in March of 2019 broke grounds for the construction of a modern 14th “Gorbachop” Market Project situated in the Omega Village, Paynesville, outside Monrovia.

Taking peddlers and “Yana boys” out of the streets and placing them in modern market buildings was one of the President’s campaign promises, something that is now gradually taking shape in some parts of Montserrado and beyond evidence of the current visible ongoing and completed projects all under the auspices of the CDC- led administration.

The modern 14th Modern “Gorbachop” Market Project is being implemented by the Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment (LACE). The value of the project is put at US$3.8 miluion and it is funded by the Government of Japan.

Currently, the project is in its impressive and finishing stages respectively.

Colored dominant gray, purple and green with the completion of the roof and other exterior components, the structure looks very attractive in shape and size and beautiful in design with palm trees, while the interior component is decorated with cream and green tables.

The new modern market facility has four warehouses, one reservoir, twenty bath rooms, playground and many others.

Upon final completion and dedication, the modern market facility will cater to over four thousand marketers and bring great relief to them who over the period struggled to get a favorable facility to enable them get their daily bread for their families

 

 

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