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Joseph Nyuma Boakai Prepares for First State of the Nation Address

Darby, Pennsylvania – The 26th President of the Republic of Liberia, Joseph Nyuma Boakai, will make his first State of the Nation speech. This follows his inauguration on January 22, 2024, a momentous occasion in Liberia’s democratic history.

A New Era for Liberia

With Boakai taking the helm, Liberia has entered a new chapter in its history. In his inaugural speech, he emphasized the nation’s dedication to democratic administration and the value of teamwork in achieving the shared goal of serving the Liberian people.

The ARREST Platform

Boakai’s campaign was centered on the AREST platform, which initially stands for Advancing Reform, Equality, Stability, and Transparency which is being culminated into ARREST: Agriculture, Roads, Rule of Law, Education, Sanitation, and Tourism.

He has pledged to tackle the serious issue of government corruption, particularly in positions of authority, and to ensure accountability for the war-era atrocities through the establishment of the War and Economic Crimes Court.

Looking Forward

The people of Liberia and around the world are excitedly awaiting Boakai’s ideas for the future of their nation as he gets ready to deliver his first State of the Nation address. High expectations have been set by his dedication to the ARREST platform and his pledge to the Liberian people to erect an accountable and responsible government.

Boakai’s impending State of the Nation address would surely be a landmark occasion for the Liberian people as well as a pivotal point in his presidency. The entire world waits in suspense as the nation looks forward to this momentous day.

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Liberian-born Emmanuel Orlind Cooper is an accomplished multimedia journalist with extensive experience covering news and stories on a variety of media platforms. Orlind's work frequently demonstrates his profound grasp of the region and its complexity, given his Liberian heritage.

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