The National President of the North Central Alliance (NCA), Liberia’s foremost political think tank advancing the cause and cultural values of Bong, Gbarpolu, Lofa, Margibi and Nimba Counties, Atty. J. Allison Barco is urging Nimba County university students to make a progressive choice by supporting the candidacy of Vice President Joseph N. Boakai come 2017 General and Presidential elections, because Vice President Boakai is the man sufficiently equipped to ease some of the perennial national educational problems facing university students around the country .
The NCA National President spoke in Nimba over the weekend when he proxied for the National Chairman of the National Movement to Support Boakai (NAMBO), Hon. Nyah Mantein, at a program marking the induction ceremony of officials elect of Nimba District #8 University Student Association (NIDUSA) and a Fund Raising Rally in Flumpa, Nimba County. Atty. Barco told the university students that the 2017 elections were crucial and the choices that they make today in determining their leaders would either have negative consequences or provide them blessing, opportunities and rewards they have visualized during the course of studies at the various universities in the country. The NCA boss further underscored to the students that the son of the nation who has the experience, knowledge and is adequately prepared to work in the national interest and provide the nation’s university students the kind of attention and support they envisage for their university studies and job employment in both the private and public sectors is Vice President Boakai. He added that the choices they make, however, will determine to a large extent their happiness or unhappiness, because they have to live with the consequences of the choices they make come 2017 and he believes that the honest performance of the Vice President merits their unconditional support. During the rally, Atty. Barco presented on behalf of Hon. Nyan Mantein, NAMBO National Chairman LD$10,000 while he presented LD$5,000 on behalf of the North Central Alliance. Meanwhile, The NCA calls on all Liberians not to cast their 2017 vote for ill-prepared, inexperienced and unpatriotic politicians who only primary interest is to gain state-power, but rather to considered competence, transparency, experience and track records of candidates in community service and the wellbeing of the people of the country as key yardsticks in determining the best to lead the country.