Heritage (Monrovia)

3 December 2012

Liberia: VP Boakai Celebrates Birth Anniversary

Vice President Joseph N. Boakai has congratulated civil servants for their role in the rebuilding of the nation. He said it is important to recognize the contribution of those who are in Government and working behind the scenes contributing to the success of Government. The Vice President made these remarks Friday on Capitol Hill during a luncheon hosted in his honor by the Staff of the Office of the Vice President on the occasion marking his 68th Birth Anniversary.

Flanked by the Second Lady and Executive Director of the Group of '77 Mrs. Kartumu Y. Boakai and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Alex Tyler, Vice President Boakai said he appreciates the good working relationship between his office and other agencies of Government and praised President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for keeping the Nation on an even keel.

Meanwhile, Vice President Boakai left the capitol Sunday for Sanniquellie, Nimba County to dedicate feeder roads in the county. Last week Vice President Boakai travelled to Greenville, Sinoe County to inspect investment projects in that county.

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