Tubmanburg, May 10 (LINA) – Construction work on a proposed office for the Federation of Road Transport Union of Liberia branch in Tubmanburg, Bomi County, is at the verge of completion.
When completed, the building will contain four rooms for offices, a bathroom and a waiting lounge for passengers and drivers.
The president of FRTUL Bomi County branch, James Johnson, Jr. made the disclosure to the Liberia News Agency (LINA) recently during an interview in Tubmanburg.
He noted that the construction is self-help initiative by members of the Union in the County with funds from the collections of parking fees.
He, however, did not state the cost of the project, but noted the money was raised through contributions from various parking stations, including Gbai, Sasstown, Klay and Tubmanburg, respectively.
He also said some prominent individuals contributed financially to the building project, including former Bomi County Representative Tarnue Cooper, the manager of Total Gas station in Tubamnburg and a man only identified as Fallah.
Mr. Johnson disclosed that the FRTUL head office in Tubmanburg is the first to be constructed in the county.