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The changing face of Monrovia

In 2006, when I made the decision to return to Liberia to live, I got many questions from family and friends who wanted to know why was I making such a major move at that point in my life and career. They were concern about my decision and it's effects on my life, and although the jury is still out, I can safely say that the number one reason I wanted to come home which was to "witness the reconstruction of Liberia" is being realized.

In the 3 years since moving home to Liberia, I have witness many changes especially in respect to developmental and infrastructure changes, along Tubman Blvd. in Sinkor and on the Robertsfield Highway.

From 1st Street in Sinkor all the way pass Red Light, things are changing. New building projects are starting up and entire communities are surfacing along the Robertsfield Highway. My goal with this series of pictures is to show you the changes that are underway and pictures of things to come.

This Office building and apartment building complex is on 13th Street in Sinkor. It is across the Methodist Compound and is located on the spot where "Sinkor Shopping Center" use to be.

This shot is looking down 13th Street to the beach. The greatest aspect of the facelift on Tubman Blvd., began with the renovation of the road.

Looking down Tubman Blvd. towards 14th & 15th Streets and beyond

Looking down Tubman Blvd. towards 12th & 11th Streets and beyond

Tubman Blvd. and 10th Street Intersection

This is the new Election Commission building being built in the location where the USAID building use to be on 10th Street and Tubman Blvd.

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