In line with its mandate to provide security to Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) in enhancing their functions, the Inspector General of Police (IGP) William Fayia Sellu led a team of institutional heads including the Cheif Executive Officer (CEO) of the Road Maintenance Fund Administration (RMFA), Mohamed Kallon, Director of Operations Sierra Leone Roads Authority (SLRA) Ing. Alfred J Momodu, and representatives of the Sierra Leone Roads Safety Authority (SLRSA).
Speaking on the visit, IGP Sellu disclosed that the purpose was to get first-hand information on how the project is doing and to assess the security strength.
The project he said is being implemented by SLRA, RMFA, and SLRSA.
“We are not implementing partner, our role is just to provide security to ensure the safety and security of the MDAs and equipment”, he said.
Director of Operations from, SLRA Ing Alfred J Momodu explained that the project is about demarcating vehicular and pedestrian traffic by creating a sidewalk.
“With this project, the safety of pedestrians within the Central Business District (CBD) would be better,” said Ing Momodu.
He went on to state that the project is in phases and targeting several streets within the CBD with the first phase targeting Abacha street and some parts of Goodrich street.
The other phases he said would look at Ecowas street, Rawdon street, Wilberforce street, and guard street.
CEO of RMFA pledges full support to the project.
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