Liberians Expecting More From Boakai Leadership Will the new Gov’t Experience Early Pressure? By:Julius Konton


The outgoing government appears to have raised the bar for bigger improvements ahead of the new leadership headed by Amb. Joseph Boakai.  With the new change in political administration by the people due to several factors, the same people are now of the conviction that the new government as of 2024 will do much more better than the outgoing leadership.

The leadership of President George Weah failed to get its much anticipated second term in office but can pride itself with some tangible accomplishments ranging from staple electricity, road construction,  infrastructure boost in the sporting and other sectors to include health and job creation among the young people. This some  political analysts see as big boost worth commending and a heavy task which the incoming government will take on if they should maintain the high expectations from the people.   Even though several Liberinas have benefited from the Government free tuition policy for public run tertiary institutions of learning as well as the free WASSCE fees but the Unity Party is on record for branding such as bad policies which may not continue for the next six years. At the same time, the general population were not convinced enough by the CDC led government in the wake of some tangibles as such showed outgoing President,  George Weah the exit door. Amb. Boakai as part of his first hundred days in office  under road connectivity assured Liberians that no car will be stock at major road, ” I mean it”, he added.  He promise to review challenging issues affecting the people and stated that he will find reasons in addressing them. “Hardship, the cost of living and the price of rice as well as health are among key issues he emphasized his government will focus on in his  first hundred days in office. At the same time, the President Elect thanked the outgoing President for conceding defeat adding that he will work to reconcile the society as such calls on all to get on board in order to build Liberia . “We want a peaceful Liberia “, Amb. Boakai noted. Ahead of the official take  over of State  power following the inauguration in January of 2024,  Liberians eyes will now be open, very focused  in order to see the fulfillment of the new administration’s delivery especially in proving their essential needs for the betterment of the General society.

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