THOUSANDS TURNED OUT TO HEAR VICE PRESIDENT BOAKAI IN GBARNGA-praised the People of Bong County for their support to national programs of Government

  • THOUSANDS TURNED OUT TO HEAR VICE PRESIDENT BOAKAI IN GBARNGA-praised the People of Bong County for their support to national programs of Government

    Office of Vice President Joseph N. Boakai
    Capitol Building, Monrovia, Liberia

    From the Desk of Atty. George K. Saah, Director Media Relations (0886-514-462)

    PRESS RELEASE

    VP 29
    Monrovia, February 28, 2016
    Vice President Joseph N. Boakai has admonished Liberians to work together for the creation of national legacies that will bring hope to country, make positive impact on the lives of young people and to leave the nation in a position that is better than ours.

    Vice President Boakai said we as leaders are under obligation to do what the people say noting it is not about ourselves it is about the country because as he puts it God put us in various positions of trust so that we can elevate others and called for unity amongst Liberians everywhere.

    Every citizen should have a conviction to meet the expectations of the country stressing that it is only through positive change that the lives of the people will be improved a release from the office of the Vice President quotes him as saying.

    Vice President Boakai was speaking over the weekend, in Gbarnga, Bong County where he honored an invitation extended him by the Friends of Tokpah to attend a appreciation program for those who supported Dr. Tokpah in his last bid for the senate and for their support during his presidency at the Cuttington University, in Suakoko, Bong County.
    Dr. Tokpah is now Minister of Internal Affairs appointed by President Sirleaf for which the people of Bong County are grateful and for what they called the return of Bong County to the Ministerial table.

    What makes the difference is for national programs and projects to touch the lives of people thus bringing about the desired changed and praised Liberians everywhere saying even in the face of difficult circumstances they are resolved to move their communities and the nation forward.

    Vice President Boakai underscored the need to open up opportunities in the areas of education, agriculture, medication and social services in order for the lives of the people to be improve and this is only possible when we all work together, a release from the Office of the Vice President said.
    Thousands of people turned out at the stadium to hear the Vice President.

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