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Minister Sirleaf stresses need to return to the soil…

Maximilian K. Kasseh, Jr.
Internal Affairs Minister Varney Sirleaf
Internal Affairs Minister Varney Sirleaf

BUCHANAN, GRAND BASSA COUNTY-Internal Affairs Minister Varney Sirleaf has emphasized the need for Liberians to return to the soil to grow more food and cash crops.

Minister Sirleaf also spoke of Government’s desire for Liberians to engage in communal farming as it engages partners to sustain its agriculture program.

He described the soil as a core element of the Government’s Pro-Poor Development Agenda.

According to ELBC Grand Bassa County Correspondent, Minister Sirleaf made the call Thursday, October 18, 2018 in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County when he delivered President George Weah’s message of peace and reconciliation to the people of Grand Bassa County.

Minister Sirleaf assured the people of Grand Bassa County that his Ministry will collaborate with the Public Works Ministry and the office of the County Superintendent to repair the Big John Town road.

The Road got recently damaged as a result of heavy rain.

Minister Sirleaf’s visit is in continuation of his nationwide tour to thank the Liberian people for their preferment of the Weah Administration and to assess challenges the people are being faced with.

Meanwhile, the Internal Affairs Minister is assuring chiefs in the County that their names will be placed on the Government’s payroll as soon as the ongoing payroll verification process is concluded.
 

 


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