Dixville, outside of Monrovia is at the verge of being connected to Caldwell with a paved road as the Ministry of Public Works has begun work on the road.
Residents of the areas have complained over the years for government to complete the pavement of the road which began during the administration of former President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf.
The road condition usually deteriorates during the rainy season thus making it difficult for vehicle to access it.
But that will soon be something of the past as the government through the Ministry of Public Works is currently working on the road to finally settle this problem.
Public Works Minister Madam Ruth Coker-Collins has indicated that a boost of the Pro Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development by the use of road connectivity remains vital.
She posted on Facebook that “a short stretch of road between Dixville and Caldwell has been a concern for many commuters for years running. In fact, only detour could get one to enter through Caldwell from the Dixville side but we finally have some good news.”
“Our boots are currently on the route and this hurdle is expected to be history; Dixville will now be finally connected to Caldwell onwards to Duala and other places making it very easy for buses and other vehicles to ply between Duala, Barnersville and beyond. We’re getting there!!”She concluded.
Residents and drivers who usually use that stretch of road could not hide their joy, thanking President George Manneh Weah for finally coming to their aid.