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VP Boakai asks Liberians to prioritize development

James Akoi/Benjamin S. Taingay
 Vice President, Joseph Boakai
Vice President, Joseph Boakai

(elbcradio.com/May 25, 2015)-Vice President, Joseph Boakai, wants Liberians focus more on issues that will fast-track development and reduce poverty.

Vice President Boakai described investment in agriculture, business and manpower development as critical to sustain economic growth and national reconstruction. He also wants Liberians united and pursue a national platform towards patriotism and reconstruction.
The Liberian Vice President made the statement in Voinjama,

Lofa County over the week-end when he spoke with reporters at the end of his 10-day Post Ebola and home coming visit to the county.
VP Boakai had gone to Lofa County to thank the citizens for the unity exhibited during the Ebola crisis. He promised to visit other counties to thank the citizens in those areas for their contributions to Liberia’s victory over Ebola.

The Vice President emphasized the need to thank the citizens of the other counties, because the deadly virus equally affected them.
During the 10-day tour, the citizens of Lofa County   petitioned VP Boakai to contest the 2017 presidential election.
Following cautious analysis, he accepted the citizens’ petition.

The Vice President and delegation returned to Monrovia, the Liberian Capital Saturday.

 


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