Bilateral Relations: Ghana To Assist Liberia In Electricity Supply

Ghana has agreed to give technical support to Liberia in the power sector during Liberia’s President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf one day official visit to Ghana. Ghanaian President Mahama has agreed to help Liberia overcome the challenges it has in power distribution with the help of Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) to assist with technical support and training both in hydro and thermal electricity since it has experience in that area reports Ghana Web.

President Mahama also mentioned how Volta River Authority (VRA) helped in restore power to Monrovia after the Liberian civil war. Ghana is pinning on VRA, GRIDCo and other companies in the power generation and distribution sector that have vast experience in the area to assist Liberia.

Sirleaf and Mahama discussed issues on trade, security and sub-regional integration to advance bilateral relations between their two countries. Furthermore, President Mahama said the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) had reached agreement with Liberia to offer training and technical support to Liberia. Read more here.