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Citizen Wants Gov’t Address Bad Road Conditions

The proprietor and Chief Executive officer/CEO of Sayminee Express Services mc, Mr. Paul G.G. Jeremiah, is calling on the Weah-led Government to seriously take into consideration the reconditioning of the deplorable roads in the country.
Mr. Jeremiah said that the bad road conditions in the country, most especially in the leeward counties, are major challenges faced by businesses operating in the transport sector of clearing and forwarding.
He is also commending President George Manneh Weah for the level of road constructions and connectivity been carried out across the country, which according to him deserves commendation and appreciation.
Mr. Jeremiah further said if the roads in the country are up to standard and worthy, definitely it will bring relief not only to the transport sector, but that the prices of commodities in the leeward counties will reduce and create a free flow of traffic.
Meanwhile, Mr. Jeremiah is calling on the general public to always engage in legal activities and to always pay their taxes on time to enable national government execute its development agenda.
The CEO was speaking during an exclusive interview with journalists recently, following a colorful appreciation program hosted by a pro- democracy group, at his Broad Street office in recognition and appreciation of the company’s support towards national government’s Pro-poor Agenda for prosperity and Development (PAPD) in the transport and customs sector, specifically clearing and forwarding.
Commenting on the current financial situation in the country, Mr. Jeremiah pointed out that it is too frustrating to note that banking institutions in the country nowadays, are no longer providing the required amount of withdrawal which according to the CEO, is impeding the progress of the businesses in the country. He is calling on the authorities of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) to ensure that the current financial crisis is addressed to enable business to effectively function and contribute towards the economic growth of the state if the Pro-poor agenda for Prosperity and Development should achieve its desired goal.
Meanwhile, Mr. Jeremiah is calling on the CBL to ensure that the printing of the new Liberian dollars currencies be done properly out of mal-practices to avoid public outcry, condemnation and restore the credibility of the CBL and banking institutions.
The Sayminee Express Services Inc. is a 100% Liberian owned transportation and Logistics Company which began operation since 2012, specifically involved in the clearing and forwarding business. It is owned and operated by Mr. Paul G.G. Jeremiah as its Chief Executive Officer/CEO with a permanent employment of over 25 Liberians.

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