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Opposition Party Questions Boakai’s “No Car would Get Stuck On Roads” Assertion

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MONROVIA: The Political leader of the opposition Liberia for Prosperity Party (LFPP), Mr. Richard Miller, says President Joseph Boakai’s assertion that “No Car would Get Stuck on Road in his first 100 days in office has been proven to be a “big lie.”

According to Mr. Miller, there are several pictorial and documented evidence of cars getting stuck on major highways since President Boakai was inaugurated on 18, January, 2024.

The Liberia for Prosperity Party (LFPP) is one the registered political parties that participated in the 2023 Legislative and Presidential elections.

“Regrettably, after hundred days, the government only celebrate few miles of grated roads that would soon lie in ruins due to the imminent rainy season,” he said.

According to him, “after the much-talked about hundred days, the streets of Monrovia and its environs remain filthy as dirt and sewage are making untidy heaps.”

Addressing a news Conference yesterday in Monrovia, Mr. Miller said his party will relentlessly engage the Unity Party (UP)-led government to ensure our hard-fought peace is sustained and their diabolical lies and plans are exposed.”

Miller said the Liberian President Joseph Boakai signing of the executive order to establish the country’s first war crimes court, more than 20 years after the end of two civil wars which killed 250,000 people, though is commendable, but not necessary for now.

He said the Liberian leader should first focus on the creation of jobs and the improvement of the Liberian economy before the war crime court issue.

 Writes T.R. Dixon.

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