In the wake of the President third annual address to the national Legislature there are series of concerns, inputs and recommendations generating from his report especially from diverse sectors of the Country and one of such key and struggling sectors is the economy.
According to President George Weah Liberians will not be spectators in their own economy, a second time he has mention such key statement at a national function, this Madam Vivian C. Wisner hailed the Liberian leader for thus far but added that he needs to go beyond such statement with practical and action oriented work in the interest of the masses.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with our reporter Madam Wisner said the intend of the President’s plan maybe good but actual implementation since his pronouncement during his inaugural address in 2018 and up till press time is yet to be tangibly felt by the ordinary Liberian business people.
She disclosed that there are still huge challenges they are experiencing in the sector especially with their foreign counterparts something she noted needs to be addressed.
“We are ready, prepare but needs government’s swift and direct intervention in all directions”, she noted.
The Liberian strong business woman and cement distributor encouraged the government through President Weah to now see the need to provide loans to Liberian Business people because not all of them are fully strong financially but if they are empowered by their Country, they can make the necessary change on the local market.
Things she stressed are getting better gradually but with more government backings it can be further improved and the people in general will benefit immensely.
Madam Wisner at the same time urged all Liberians to work together in whatever way possible in order to help develop their nation because it is their only Mother Land where they cannot be deported from.
She commended Liberians for the level of peace in which they all are enjoying and wants them to help maintain and sustain it by engaging into positive initiatives and not negative ones like protest and other unwholesome acts counterproductive to the security and well-being of the nation and its people.
The Liberian Business woman pointed out that the business climate in Liberia is open, flexible and many others as such she urged other Liberians to see the need to invest in the sector for the betterment of their home Land Liberia.