Vice President Joseph N. Boakai
VP Boakai Reassures West Pointers Of Govt’s Support
MONROVIA, March 22 (LINA) - Vice President Joseph N. Boakai has reassured residents of the Township of West Point of government’s continuous support to projects that are intended to improve their lives.
Cutting the ribbon to the newly-constructed West Point administrative building Tuesday, the Vice President said all efforts will be made to improve the living conditions of residents of the township.
He said he was happy that the people of West Point were making the best use of where they are, adding, “The administrative building will serve as a place for the discussion of matters affecting the people of the Township of West Point.”
Vice President Boakai was speaking Tuesday in West Point at the official dedicatory ceremony of the West Point Administrative Building constructed by the Government of Liberia, according to a release from the Office of the Vice President.
He cautioned residents of the Township to avoid all forms of divisiveness whether it is tribalism, or issues bordering on religion, political differences or sectionalism and live in harmony as one people in the Township.
He said the Government will support meaningful programs undertaken by the Township, because “the leadership of the township has vision.”
Touching on youth issues, Vice President Boakai pointed out that the youth population of West Point deserves the same opportunities like youths in other parts of the country.
He said his office will work with the township administration to construct a computer center for the youth and also promised to make some sporting materials available.
In remarks, the Chairperson of the Tribal Governors Council of Liberia, Madam Musu Thompson praised the Government of Liberia for the meaningful projects executed in the Township.
Meanwhile, Vice President Boakai has paid homage to the fallen Chairman of the Elders Council of West Point Township, Alhaji Kromah, who died early this week at the age of ninety one, the release said.