“My Dream Is to See Liberia Redeemed from Darkness”

- John K. Boimah


Monrovia, Liberia

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The Perspective
Atlanta, Georgia

Posted January 4, 2005

A Liberian professional engineer, John K. Boimah(P.E.) has reemphasized his fervent desire and preparedness to becoming an instrumental element in seeing to it that Liberia gets redeemed from the ashes and debris of war to a prewar status marked by those substantial components of lifebuoy to include electricity.

He said it was prudent and civilized enough to give electricity a priority because according to him perpetual darkness to a densely populated city like Monrovia does not represent a dignity of a country with a registered image as an oldest African Republic.

Mr. Boimah said as a professional engineer with a marked experience he returned to the country last year honoring a request by Chairman Bryant to all Liberians in the Diaspora to help rebuild the nation; but his efforts have so far been dashed into the dust bin.

&I want to contribute my quota,” he said confidently, adding, Liberia’s redemption from the current nightmare owes greatly to the overall involvement of Liberians themselves.

He has therefore urged the NTGL to open door for prepared Liberians to enable them pay their quota in all respects and let the nation and people see a true light of national life.

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