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Boakai, Veep Koung Lauded For Plans To Prioritize Agriculture, Good Roads Network

President Joseph Nyumah Boakai and his Vice President Jeremiah Kpan Koung have been applauded by the Bukonjadeh Group of Companies for their administration’s expressed plans to resuscitate the nation’s agricultural sector and make it pliable or accessible.
Registering his company’s commendation to the Liberian leader and his Vice President to journalists at its Central Office in Monrovia, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company, Elton Datee Johns, pointed out clearly that it is not surprised over statement recently made by President Boakai during his state of the National Address (SONA) that his regime will prioritize agriculture and good roads network because the President understands the agricultural sector very well having served as Agriculture Minister and Managing Director of LMPC respectively in the past.
Mr. Johns asserted that the President’s vow to revive the sector deserves lot of appreciation because if the sector is improved, Liberia will become self-sufficient in food production and will no longer rely solely on the outsiders.

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