He said while the entity is expecting two fire trucks, it currently has only four trucks and a tanker to fight fire out breaks. Mr. Barvoul was speaking at the Ministry of Information regular press briefing Thursday in Monrovia. Barvoul said LNFS has procured one pick-up truck for mounting the water skid unit to fight fire in congested communities, one fourwheel drive double-cabin pick-up for operational purposes, and a 30-seated bus to transport fire fighters to and from duty stations. He, however, noted that the available logistics are inadequate to cover the entire country. Barvoul has also disclosed that the Bureau earmarked the recruitment and training of 150 fire fighters to bolster its manpower under the U.N. Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) drawdown process in the country. “The LNFS Bureau’s mandate is to safeguard the lives and properties of all residents from the hazard of fire, both potential and real throughout the length and breadth of our country; promote efficient fire prevention services, and maintain the exchange of ideas, a cordial working relationship with other fire-fighting agencies both locally and internationally,” he said.