President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has given squatters under Monrovia's Gabriel Tucker Bridge a week to prepare for their eviction, according to this dispatch from The Analyst newspaper.
Public Works Minister Lusinee Donzo says the squatters must be pushed out because they have been dredging sand from under the bridge.
Of course, wouldn't it be easier to simply make a deal with the squatters not to mine sand from under the bridge, if that's the key problem.
The government has pledged to assist the squatters -- but did not disclose what kind of assistance will be provided.
The eviction of these squatters is part of a larger city effort to drive out all illegal occupants, officials said.
Sounds like more Muramtatsvina to me.