Monrovia City Mayor, Jefferson T. Koijee has announced a huge delegation touching down in Monrovia for the 45th Monrovia Day celebrations.
Delegations from Sierra Leone, Guinea, Kenya and others are excepted to grace the occasion.
‘A huge delegation of our counterparts from the continent will be converging on our Capital for the historic 45th #Monrovia Day,’ the Mayor said in a statement on his official Facebook page.
He continued ‘The euphoria is high and we’re excited that our country is once again becoming a beacon of hope for the rest of our neighbors.’
The head of the Monrovia City government requested the public to continue their hospitality and closely follow the excitement as the foreign delegates arrive.
The Monrovia Day is an annual event which allows the City Government to talk about progress, challenges and make some revisions to ongoing activities happening within the city.
It’s an Act of the National Legislature which enables the Mayor of the City to give his special address to the city as in ‘State of City Address.’
A lot of activities have since begun and expected to climax on 16th February 2020.
Mayors from Guinea, Sierra Leone and other places are earmarked to attend with a possible lecture series from the renowned Pan Africanist Plo Lumumbah of Kenya.