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Bea Mountain Company rehabilitates roads in Cape Mount

The Management of Bea Mountain Mining Corporation (BMMC) has embarked on road rehabilitation and construction in Grand Cape Mount County, western Liberia.

Community Relations Superintendent of BMMC, Henry Vincent says the initiative is part of the company’s contributions to ensure an improved road network in the county.

He notes that the road rehabilitation in its concessional area and other parts of the county costs more than US$8 Million.

Speaking to a team of journalists in Kinjor, Gran Cape Mount over the weekend, Mr. Vincent explained that the road project captures pavement of the Kinjor-Daniel Town Road, covering 22 kilometers with an estimated cost of US$2,250,000.

He names Kinjor to Jenneh Brown road, covering 16 kilometers at US$ 300,000, Baloma to Lofa Bridge road, extending 22 kilometers with an estimated cost of US$300,000, and Lofa Bridge to Gold Camp road which covers 15 kilometers at the cost of US$120,000, respectively.

Other areas benefiting from the road rehabilitation include; Lofa Bridge to Varquah road, covering 25 kilometers at a cost of US$150,000, Sannor to Massakpa 2 road which covers four kilometers with an estimated cost of US$25,000 and Goigoma to Tenii road extending 16 kilometers at the cost of US$ 100,000.

The Community Relations Superintendent also outlines Gold Camp to Gonous Town road, saying that it covers 15 kilometers at the cost of US$ 60,000, while Blain and Deaylee road covers eight kilometers with an estimated cost of US$ 20,000, respectively.

At the same time, Mr. Vincent continues that the Bea Mountain remains committed to seeking the welfare of citizens of Grand Cape Mount by addressing most of the challenges they are faced with.

According to him, the company is also committed to the people of Liberia in buttressing the effort of the government through its many developmental activities.

Meanwhile, citizens of the county have expressed excitement for the road rehabilitation initiatives by the company.

According to them, completion of the road projects will give them easy access to Monrovia and other parts of the country.

They laud the Management of Bea Mountain Mining Corporation for the initiatives, stressing that the interventions which seek to address their age-old deplorable road condition would also reduce transportation fares and promote the movement of goods and services.


The New Dawn is Liberia’s Truly Independent Newspaper Published by Searchlight Communications Inc. Established on November 16, 2009, with its first hard copy publication on January 22, 2010. The office is located on UN Drive in Monrovia Liberia. The New Dawn is bilingual (both English & French).
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