Monrovia City Government begins massive clean- up campaign ahead of the County’s 174 Independence Day celebration


The City Government of Monrovia has begun a two week massive clean- up campaign to give the city a face lift in observance of the County’s 174 Independence Day celebration.

Making the disclosure over the weekend at a News Conference in Monrovia, Mayor Jefferson Koijee said the exercise will include disposal and removal of backlog waste, brushing, demolition of make-shifts, removal of abandoned vehicles and removal of dilapidated billboards among others across the city.

The clean-up campaign will bring together local leaders in Communities, township, borough including Youth to found part of the clean-up exercises.

According to the City government, the campaign is targeting major market, principle streets, sidewalls, drainages and other public places alone with the solid waste management facilities.

The Monrovia City Major noted that sanitation is key to fighting the virus at such washing hands, wearing of masks at all business centers and public places should be observe at all times. He stress that businesses in violation of the health protocols within the City limit will pay the fine of $1, 500 USD.