The Liberian government has begun relocating marketers of the Ma Juah Market in Vai Town to the old LIBTRACO building on Water Street, United Drive in Monrovia.
Meanwhile, government will begin demolition of the Old Ma Juah Market on Thursday, January 22, 2015 in Via Town.
According to an Executive Mansion release, the new site has been refurbished to include everything expected of all modern markets that were previously lacking at the old Ma Juah Market in Vai Town. The new market facility is expected to be formally dedicated this week.
The government is therefore, informing the general public and all marketers who previously occupied the premises that there will be a massive demolition exercise at the old Ma Juah Market facilities in Vai Town beginning Thursday, January 22, 2015, for proper renovation.
The release said all marketers, who have not relocated to the new facilities at the old LIBTRACO building are asked to do so with immediate effect to avoid any embarrassment to the exercise that will be taken place at the old market center.
The Government of Liberia is also thanking the authority of the market and the marketers for their cooperation in relocating to the former LIBTRACO building.