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UNIMAK, Makeni, Northern Province Friday 10 July 2020 – His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio has launched the ‘Support to Civil Society and Local Authorities for Local Development’ Project in

As CRSG completes additional Construction to the Wellington- Masiaka Road… Sierra Leone Gets Massive Infrastructural Face lift The China Railway Seventh Group (CRSG) has been at the very heart of Sierra Leone’s infrastructural drive. The company has distinguished itself, particularly in the area of road construction, to the extent that it has become a household name in the country. The company continues to prove critical and relevant to Sierra Leone’s quest to improve and expand its existing and potential infrastructure. Work on the 61. 815 kilometer Road from Wellington-Masiaka Road has proven to be one of the biggest Infrastructural Projects

The Sierra Leone House of Parliament has unanimously approved the new Chief Executive Officer, (CEO) for Road Maintenance Fund Administration (RMFA), Mr .Mohamed Kallon (in photo) in the Well of Parliament,

As the Government of Sierra Leone (GOSL) has neglected road construction projects over the years, an organization based at Susans Bay community called Sugar City have galvanized its members to construct

A high-level delegation from the United Arab Emirates, UAE, led by its Minister of State, His Excellency Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, has met His Excellency President Julius

MIRO Forestry Company SL Ltd. has embarked on the rehabilitation of major roads within the township of Mile 91, Tonkolili district which happens to be the hub of

This medium can realistically revealed that, hundreds of Moyiba Residents at the eastern part of Freetown in constituency 120 have recently appealed to Government under the Sierra Leone

In a Vox-Pop carried by this medium immediately after the launching of the most trumpeted $2.1 billion Lungi Bridge. Many citizens expressed joy and happiness that the idea

Residents of Congo Bridge and Sanders Drive have expressed fear that the ring road construction which comprises Jomo Kenyatta Road, Hill Cot Road, Regent Road and Kingharman Road