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Bassa becomes public service delivery model -VP Boakai

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From Left , The Secretary-General (SRSG) and Coordinator of UN Operations in Liberia, Farid Zarif,  Internal Affairs Minister Henerique Tokpa, Vice President Joseph N. Boakai and Nimba County Superintendent, Fong Zuagele.
From Left , The Secretary-General (SRSG) and Coordinator of UN Operations in Liberia, Farid Zarif, Internal Affairs Minister Henerique Tokpa, Vice President Joseph N. Boakai and Nimba County Superintendent, Fong Zuagele.

SANNIQULLE, NIMBA-Vice President (VP), Joseph Boakai, has described Grand Bassa County as the model for Government’s Public Service Delivery Program in the country.

Vice President Boakai made the statement recently at ceremonies marking the official dedication of the Nimba County Service Center in Sanniquellie.

He challenged the Nimba County Service Center and others including Margibi and Bong Counties to emulate the good examples of the Grand Bassa County Service Center (CSC).

According to VP Boakai, “the Grand Bassa-CSC has made significant economic gains and met the service desire of Liberians of all walks of life in the county, since that center was dedicated by me on June 30, 20115”.

The Bassa-CSC, Mr. Sagacious  Meshach Gardoeat post in Buchanan City.

He also commended the youthful Coordinator of the Bassa-CSC, Mr. Sagacious  Meshach Gardoe, a Liberian expert who is decimated to provide training for staff of upcoming CSCs across the country including the newly established ones in Margibi, Bong and Nimba Counties.

The Liberian Vice President stressed: “I want you Nimba people to follow the good example of Grand Bassa and make your county Service Center effective, efficient and serviceable in your service delivery to all Liberians”.

He however revealed that there were bickering among some government ministries and agencies that could have delayed this new wave of government-to-people service delivery which is part of the De-concentration program of Government. 

VP Boakai said at least 13 CSCs would be provided across the country by July this year. 

 

Some  chiefs and  local leaders of the Nimba County in attandence at theNimba-CSC dedication

For his part, the Superintendent of Nimba County, Fong Zuagele, said the people of Nimba County remain grateful to government for the number of achievements including the opening of County Service Center in the country.

Services being provided at existing CSCs include issuance of Traditional Marriage Certificates, Sole Proprietorship, Business Registration and Birth Registration of children between 0-12, among others.

 


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