House summons Transport Minister, NTA Managing Director


The Plenary of the House of Representatives has summoned the Minister of Transport, Sirleaf Tyler and the Managing Director of  National Transit Authority (NTA), Edmund Forh, to appear before the legislative body on Tuesday, 4 June.  This decision followed a communication from Montserrado County Electoral District #14 Representative, Kerkula Muka  Kamara. According to a release from the House Press and Public Affair, Representative Kamara raised concerns regarding the recent government-imposed restrictions on motorcyclists, highlighting the significant inconvenience these measures have caused for the citizens of Liberia.  He emphasized the necessity for Minister Tyler to provide detailed explanations on the current policies regulating transport activities in the country. Additionally, Representative Kamara called for Mr. Forh to present the status of the NTA’s efforts in delivering affordable and accessible transport services to the Liberian populace. The Plenary’s decision was reached during the 5th day sitting of the 2nd quarter of the 1st session of the House of Representatives, held on Thursday, 30th May.

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