In the wake of the struggling economic situation facing the nation and its people, the head of the group Mission Builders International Samuel Marbloe said Liberia is about to pick up as such he encouraged all Liberians to support positive initiatives to help move the Country to another level.
Speaking in an exclusive interview Monday Mr. Marbloe said despite the current trend of events, Liberia is blessed with natural resources nothing that the people need to come together to work collectively to help change their motherland.
He said in the midst of the trying times, God is still bringing people to bless Liberia as such it is key for the citizens to muster the courage to help themselves for the benefit of all.
“Liberia will rise” he added in a more confident mood.
The Mission builders national boss said his institution since ten years ago has been in operations but was rescued by its international partner and has brought great change to Liberia.
According to him the current ongoing million-dollar project under construction by exclusively Liberians is a blessing to the nation and its people and will help promote the tourism sector of the Country.
Upon full completion he added that the hotel will help create added jobs for the people and will contribute to the new infrastructure growth of Liberia.
Also speaking to reporters was the President of Mission Builders International Ron Reed who pointed out that he could not turn his back on Liberia even if others did.
He said his passion is to always help people especially Liberians in teaching and training them for a transformed society.
He recommitted his organization to the bringing in of proper tools to train people on what they know best.
“Helping Liberia in the best way possible mainly to do quality work is crucial to them, Mr. Reed noted.
‘I am proud of the excellent job they have done and we are committed to show casing their talents, he indicated further.
Mr. Reed stressed that as part of efforts to help Liberia they are working hard to contribute to job creation and encouraged other businesses to come in to support Liberia.
“If we have good ten and perfect business people like me who will create more jobs for Liberia, the Country will change, the American humanitarian added.
He disclosed that plans are also in the making to carry on additional investment in Liberia.
The modern hotel which is situated on a 42 acres of Land in Margibi County when completed will give area a face lift to the area and will as well provide additional jobs for Liberians.