The National Housing Authority or NHA will tomorrow, Friday, December 18, officially dedicate the NASSCORP village estate in Brewerville city,Montserrado County.
Speaking Wednesday in an interview with this paper, the Director of Communications at the NHA, Maxwell Davis, said the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Social Security and Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) along with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is expected to grace the occasion, including several government officials.
Maxwell said the estate project in Brewerville City was funded by NASSCORP, and added that each structure in the Jatondo Town community contains two to three bed rooms, one living room, back and front porches constructed on half lot of land and there a total of 52 units.
He said each of the units will cost US$20,000 which is to be paid through a mortgage process subsidized by the Government of Liberia at an interest rate of seven percent over a ten-year period.
According to him, prior to the Liberian civil crisis, which erupted in 1989, government had built seven estates in Monrovia and its environs. The Liberian government has also embarked on a housing project for doctors and nurses in the country.
By Bridgett Milton-Edited by Jonathan Browne