The Nimba Citizens Union of Australia, in collaboration with the Tappita City Council, is undertaking a multi complex city hall project in Tappita, Nimba County as way of contributing to development of county.
The project, which is expected to be dedicated by July 2015, will contain facilities such as four conference rooms, offices, auditorium, 10 toilets, a children’s playground and a parking lot, respectively. It is estimated to cost over One Hundred Sixty-one Thousand, Five Hundred United States Dollars (US$161,500.00)
A high-level delegation from the union, headed by J. Tolekpeh Quetee, president of Nimba Citizens’ Union of Australia was due to have arrived in Monrovia Monday 17 March for the ground-breaking ceremony scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 22, in Tappita.
According to Edward Dennis, assistant secretary of the Union, the chairman and members of the Nimba Legislative Caucus, superintendent, and development superintendent and other officials of the county, private sector representatives and the business community have been invited to participate in the ceremony.
The group encouraged citizens of other counties to emulate their example in order to continue the development of the nation.