By Varney K. Sirleaf
A Liberian business entrepreneur residing in the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Mr. Abubakar S. Kanneh who is the Managing Director and CEO of Domani Bizlink Ltd. has commended President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for the level of work she has done to bring the country to stability.
Speaking during an interview yesterday at the offices of the INQUIRER, Mr. Kanneh said there had been lots of improvements in the country since the inception of the Sirleaf’s led government.
He said roads, infrastructure and improvement in the security sector are some of the many good things that this administration is indeed striving to accomplish.
“When I arrived in Liberia, I became impressed with the level of infrastructure and road rehabilitation in the country. All we need is to do little more to achieve our objective,” he said.
Mr. Kanneh stated that he runs a business in Nigeria which has to do with hotel solutions; where his entity, the Domani Bizlink Ltd. offers special services like supplies for hotels, homes and offices.
He further explained that he is also involved in advocacy for Liberians residing in Nigeria and had assisted several of them on many occasions whenever they fell in trouble.
The Chief Executive of Domani Bizlink who is in his final year at Lagos State University reading Business Administration, disclosed that his intention is to establish a branch of his business in Liberia in the not too distance future.
He then called on the government to do more in other areas like rehabilitating or rebuilding the Robert International Air Port, stating, “The Air Port does not represent the image of the country.”
“The Air Port is the first major attraction of every country in the world, therefore there is a need for us to upgrade the standard of our Airport,” he emphasized.
Mr. Kanneh also mentioned the Somalia Drive Road which is in a very bad condition that needs serious attention.
In his concluding statement, he called on Liberians to vote wisely in 2017 for a leader who will take the country to the next level.
Finally, he called on Liberians not to give up hope, saying, “Liberia will rise again to its normal best after years of devastation.”