GOL Releases Preliminary 150-Day Report75% Complete
The Deputy Minister for Administration at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT), Hon. Norris Tweah, has disclosed that at the end of the 150-day period on July 1st, 2012 deadline, about 74% to 75% of Government’s 150-Day Action Plan would have been completed.
Giving the introductory statement at MICAT’s regular Thursday press in the Charles Gbenyon Press Hall yesterday July 12, 2012, the Deputy Minister noted that they are working to give a detailed report on how each Ministry and agency of government had operated, adding that the report will include their goals and challenges.
According to Deputy Minister Tweah, they have observed that those concerned completed 63 out of 85 actions which is 74 to 75 percent while the ongoing projects stand at 26%. He commended the Ministry of Public Works for their Fish-town to Harper Road which is considered a milestone achievement of the 150-Day Action Plan.
He said they plan to convene a national seminar in Monrovia to discuss the way forward in terms of lessons learned which will serve as guide in the development of future policies in the Country. “We plan to explain to the people that this is a program that directly impacts their development.
He said the 150-Day Action Plan which ran from February 1 to June 30 entailed a development agenda spread across the various Ministries and agencies of government, and the setting up of various committees at cabinet level that included the Minister of Finance, Public Works and Information, noting that government dedicated itself to make sure that the 150-Day Action Plan is not taken for granted and that a comprehensive report will be available by next week.