LIBERIA’S 60,000 HOUSING UNITS' CONSTRUCTION INSIGHT
National Housing Authority (NHA) MD Madam Celia Coffey Brown has disclosed that the construction of housing units for low income earners has kicked off in the country.
According to Madam Coffey Brown, the company that is supposed to build the 60,000 housing units has already constructed 300 units in the Towel Hill Community and 500 in Schefflin.
According to the NHA boss, her office is expected to convene a special housing forum to bring together investors, stakeholders and bankers. Madam Coffey Brown explained that the forum is aimed at educating people who are expected to take these houses on the means by which investors can get their money which has been invested in the project.
Madam Brown did not disclose when the construction of the housing units is expected to be completed, but she said the construction is taking place within three months of her ascendancy as NHA’s Managing Director. She asserts that as the economy improves, the NHA hopes to construct more housing units to ensure that all Liberians can acquire one.https://allafrica.com/stories/201909260380.html