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VP Boakai presents Vehicle Keys to President Sirleaf for onward presentation

 

VP Boakai Gets Kudos From Pres. Sirleaf For ‘Demonstrated Strength

MONROVIA, March 12 (LINA) - President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has commended Vice President Joseph Boakai, Standard-Bearer of the ruling Unity Party, for the personal strength he recently demonstrated by providing 22 vehicles for the party.

“The main reason to be here, why I am here, is for us to commend the personal strength of the standard-Bearer,” she emphasized.

According to an Executive Mansion release, she quoted the Bible saying that “By their fruits we shall know them,” adding that “everybody will look at his fruits and say we know him, we know what he can do.”

The Liberian leader used the occasion to applaud Ambassador Boakai for demonstrating leadership and praised him for the tremendous efforts he has made and continues to make to move the party where it is.

“I am here to join the celebration of what he has done personally to move the party forward,” she said, pointing out that the logistics is the Vice President’s efforts.

Speaking further, the Liberian leader said the statements made by Vice President Boakai and Chairman Paye indicate that if there was anything on the contrary in the party it is on longer.

She emphasized: “If you listen to the Vice President in everything he said when he stood up here; if you listen to the Chairman in everything he said when he stood up here, you will know what all was said is  now behind us now.”

She thanked partisans and supporters for turning out in their numbers to congratulate and for standing with the Standard Bearer Vice President Boakai.

She admonished partisans to come together and continue to hold on to the Unity Party and Liberia at large.

She then presented the keys of the logistics to the Chairman for onward presentation to County Chairpersons for proper management and care.

President Sirleaf spoke at the dedication and inauguration of logistics for County operations for use for the party at the headquarters of the Unity Party in Congo Town.

Vice President Boakai, Standard Bearer of the ruling Unity Party, in a brief statement, commended President Sirleaf and Standard Bearer Emeritus for her leadership and support to the party and for her presence.

He described the Unity Party as a “Great Party”, despite all of the rumors against it.

VP Boakai commended partisans for their continued support to the party and encouraged them to keep the spirit of the party in the October elections.

The dedicatory ceremony was performed by Pastor Gemane G. Getteh, Director of Communications of the SDA Church, Liberia and a visiting Pastor from Nigeria.
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