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Gov’t concludes pacts for education sector’s boost

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Vice President, Joseph Boakai
Vice President, Joseph Boakai

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-The Liberian Government has concluded several agreements to boost the country’s education and health sectors.

Vice President, Joseph Boakai, said potential partners have expressed their determination to support Government’s efforts in addressing major challenges the two sectors are being faced with.

He said six containers of medical supplies are expected in the country soon.

Vice President Boakai made the disclosure Friday, October 21, 2016 upon arrival from the United States of America via the Roberts International Airport (RIA).

While in the United States, the Vice visited Arizona, Atlanta and Washington DC and met with partisans of the Unity Party and groups supporting his Presidential bid.

Meanwhile, the UP Standard Bearer said he welcomes the decision by Liberia Football Association (LFA) President, Musa Bility, to leave the party.

VP Boakai said UP remains open to everyone, emphasizing: “As some individuals are leaving, others are joining the Party.



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