Nimba Rep Nyan G. Flomo Exalts ArcelorMittal Liberia (AML) for its Pivotal Role in Infrastructural Development within the Host Communities

Rep Nyahn G. Flomo

Nimba, Liberia: – ArcelorMittal Liberia (AML) has played a crucial role in rehabilitating essential infrastructure like the St. John River Pedestrian bridge and the rail bridge. These bridges serve as vital lifelines connecting Bong and Nimba Counties.

AML’s dedication to community development is evident through its investment in projects like bridge rehabilitation. The company’s involvement has been acknowledged and appreciated by local leaders and government officials.

 Representative Nyan G. Flomo emphasized the positive impact of AML’s investments on Liberia’s progress. He encouraged the company to continue prioritizing the involvement of affected communities in its operations.

While recognizing AML’s contributions, Representative Flomo called for increased Liberian participation in the company. He stressed the importance of including Liberians in discussions about investments in the extractive sector for economic empowerment and resource ownership.

 AML’s support extends beyond bridge rehabilitation to various sectors like education, community development, and healthcare infrastructure. Projects such as the construction of hospitals demonstrate the company’s commitment to improving the well-being of local communities.

 AML is dedicated to improving transportation infrastructure, as evidenced by the fully-funded road project from Ganta to Yekepa. This initiative aims to facilitate efficient travel and enhance Liberia’s overall development.

 AML’s Community Relations Supervisor, Edmund Saye Gbah, assures ongoing support and encourages residents to take ownership of the rehabilitated bridges. Community involvement and adherence to technical advice are crucial for ensuring the longevity of these infrastructure projects. Overall, AML’s efforts in Nimba, Liberia, reflect a commitment to sustainable development and community empowerment through infrastructure rehabilitation and various socio-economic initiatives.


Urgent Call to Rehabilitate Lifeline Bridge Connecting Zekepa Health Center and Zekeh Memorial High School in Yarwin Mehnsonnoh Statutory District

“The state of the bridge is a critical concern,” Payzine emphasized. “In emergencies, every second counts, and this bridge could mean the difference between life and death for our people. Its rehabilitation is not just a matter of convenience but a matter of survival. An engineer estimated the cost to be US$4,000”

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