Freetown City Council and its partners have officially opened the newly constructed “City Hall” in the municipality.
The new building is 15 stories tall, with a multifunctional auditorium of over 400 seaters, an underground power station, and a parking lot for more than 100 vehicles. The construction project of the building started in October 2017, then completed in November this year, and cost a total of SLL 487 billion ($48,730,000).
It will also serve as the administrative building for the Freetown City Council.
Gracing the occasion was the Minister of Local Government and Rural Development – Tamba Lamina, The Mayor of Freetown – Yvonne Aki Sawyer (OBE), Ambassador of South Korea – Lee In-Tae, councilors, and some members of the public.
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Photo Credit: Francis Turay & Alhassan Lamin.