Vice President Boakai Calls On Liberians To Be Committed To Their Jobs

Saturday, 11th August 2012
Monrovia, Liberia  - Vice President Joseph N. Boakai has called on Employees  employed in the various investments in Liberia to take their jobs serious because their commitment to their jobs and duties are a major contribution to the economic development of the nation.

H e said by being committed to the duties assigned, and taking the job as if the company were yours, you were not only doing good for yourself but to the investors and the economic development of the nation.

The Vice President was speaking Saturday when he inspected LIBERIA Investment Trading Company, LINTRACO, a Liberian owned business operated by Ambassador Myer Karteh that has employed scores of Liberians at its various subsidiaries in Liberia.
LINTRACO is involved in mining, logging, construction, renting and leasing as well as management and consultancy among others in Liberia.

Vice President Boakai said only Liberians can build Liberia and commended Ambassador Karteh for the investment that resulted in the creation jobs for his fellow Liberians.
Meanwhile Vice President  Boakai leaves the Country Sunday for the United States, where he is expected to address the Liberian Communities in Maryland and Minnesota and use the time to conduct his annual medical checkup.

In Minnesota, Vice President Boakai will hold talks with the authorities of Brooklyn Park for the supply of fire equipment and training of fire service personnel for the Liberia National Fire Service and the Sister city relationship between Kakata City and Brooklyn Park.
The Vice President who is also a Baptist Deacon will visit  Shiloh Baptist Church in Washington DC and participate in series of activities there.

The Vice President is expected back in the country on the 7th of September, 2012.