Veep Boakai Wants UP Restructured

By Janjay F. Campbell from Gbarnga

Vice President Joseph N. Boakai says the Unity Party needs to be restructured to let the Liberians know that the party is still strong and that they are in control.

Speaking yesterday at the Passion Hotel in Gbarnga, Bong County, Vice President Boakai reassured Liberians that he and his team are capable of moving Liberia forward and build on some of the things she has done that people don’t know about. He said he is not just talking about weaknesses, but strength and commitments and those they will improve upon.

He stated that the media will always be around to remind leaders on what is right and wrong and they will also help us who are in leadership to develop the country.

At the same time, the Community Ambassadors for Joe Boakai declared their support for the Vice President to contest in the pending 2017 presidential elections. The organization presented the map of Liberia and a bag with the seal of Liberia on it, saying that he should carry Liberia with pride and dignity where ever he goes.

The Chairman for the organization, Mr. Japthah P. Cooper stressed that the Vice President has built his reputation over the years and that all Liberians know his story. He stated that the Community Ambassadors for Joe Boakai will take the Vice President to the top come 2017.

He mentioned that the organization is in ten counties and are moving in the other counties to enable them have a strong hold in every county to make sure that come 2017 Vice President Boakai will become president.

In other development, the Vice President of Liberia on Saturday inducted into office the Cuttington University senior class officials. He told the elected officials to make use of all opportunities and that they should take all aspect of life seriously because it is history-making.

He encouraged the students of Cuttington University to put value on the educational system and all they do because life is not there for anyone to pass through. He added that the students should make history so when they look back they can be proud of themselves.

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