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By Lincoln G. Peters
President-elect Joseph Boakai told journalists here on Monday that his first hundred days in office will focus on the reduction of prices in the country’s stable food rice, and major roads infrastructure in the country as well as improvement in the health sector.
The president-elect is expected to be sworn into office on January 29, 2024.
Speaking in an inclusive interview with journalists following the pronouncement by the National Elections Commission declaring him winner, Amb. Boakai extolled Liberians for voting and protecting their votes during the runoff election.
According to him, UP and all its alliances and collaborators are prepared and ready to bring prosperity to Liberia.
He assured Liberians that the UP government would bring to pass all that the Liberian people had been yearning for, stating that Liberia would have corporations.
” My first hundred days’ deliverables, we will quickly review and find reason for the hardship in the areas that are essential to the livelihood of Liberians. If the price of rice is high, it will be reduced. I have also said that in my first hundred days, no car will get stuck in the mud on major roads. And I mean that” Amb. Boakai vowed.
The Liberian President-elect further that his hundred days deliverables will also focus on the health of Liberians, cost of living, and roads across the country to improve the earnings and living conditions of Liberians.
Amb. Boakai noted that they are now preparing for transition, and they are planning for inauguration, adding that after the transition his government will begin rolling out its activities.
Meanwhile, Amb. Boakai has congratulated incumbent President George M. Weah for conceding defeat in the Presidential runoff election. He assured President Weah and the CDC that he was willing to work with them.
” I want to thank President Weah and the CDC for conceding defeat. I assure them that all Liberia needs is peaceful nation to reconcile the society and get on board all to build the nation ” he concluded.
Source of original article: Liberia news The New Dawn Liberia, premier resource for latest news (thenewdawnliberia.com).
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