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05-Oct-2017 21:14

Public Works Minister William Gyude Moore hosted a stakeholders’ meeting last Friday, June 30, where he briefed partners on a US.6 billion funding gap for road reconstruction network in Monrovia.

The well-attended meeting was held at the ministry’s conference hall, where the minister made a powerpoint presentation.

Twelve delegates from the then three counties of the Commonwealth were represented at the convention. The ACS appeared to have desired the exact opposite.

From Montserrado came Samuel Benedict, president of the convention, Hilary Teage, Elijah Johnson, John N. Likewise, Professor Greenleaf could hardly have been credited with sections 10 and 11 regarding women's rights, when in 1840, he had argued against such rights.

The first constitution under which Liberia, on July 26, 1847, was declared a "free, sovereign and independent state by the name and style of the Republic of Liberia." The decision of the Liberian Commonwealth to regularize its status in accordance with modern international law was a direct result of what Governor Joseph Jenkins Roberts called the "embarrassment we labor under with respect to the encroachments of foreigners, and the objections urged by Great Britain in regard to our sovereignty." Because Great Britain, operating from neighboring Sierra Leone, regarded the Commonwealth and its parent organization the American Colonization Society (ACS), as "private persons" not entitled to exercise sovereignty especially in the domain of levying and collecting customs duties, the need was urgently felt to proceed with formalizing independence.

After appropriate consultations with the ACS and the U. government, with both endorsing the idea of independence, the Commonwealth Council began preparation of the mechanics for assuming independence.

He explained that the Road Fund Act was created to institutionalize a culture of maintenance so that Liberia’s investments in roads are maintained.The remaining people belong to sixteen broadly defined ethnolinguistic groups of the Niger-Congo family.