Following he and his delegation visit to Kpain, Nimba County immediately upon their arrival from the United States to be a part of the of the ongoing National Elections Commission (NEC) Voter Registration exercise, Mr. Voffee Saye Jabateh and his delegation today, March 15, 2017 had an acquaintance meeting with members and the leadership of the Nimba County Legislative Caucus at the residence of Senator Grupee.
Today’s meeting which was held at the residence of Senator Thomas Grupee was chaired by Senator Prince Y. Johnson Chairman of the County Legislative Caucus, with several lawmakers of the County in full attendance pouring praises on the visit of their kinsmen for the United States.
Speaking earlier, the head of the US based delegation, Andrus Wongan noted with seriousness the level of hard work and commitment being made over the years by Liberians in the diasporas for the sustenance of lasting peace in Liberia, making specific reference of Mr. Voffee Saye Jabateh who he described as one of those Liberians in the United States bringing glory to their home Country, Liberia.
For his part, Mr. Voffee Jabateh expressed thanks and appreciation to the members and leadership of the County Legislative Caucus for making themselves available to his delegation, and also called for more meetings with them while they are in the Country. Voffee Jabateh’s six-man delegation included Andrus Wongan, J. Emmanuel Williams and others
The Chairman of the legislative caucus, Senator Prince Y. Johnson thanked the delegation for its visit to Liberia, and assured the delegation of his caucus’ support while in the Country.
In a related development, Mr. Voffee Jabateh and his delegation are expected to pay a courtesy call on the Vice President of Liberia, Ambassador Joseph N. Boakai who is also the standard bearer of the ruling Unity Party (UP) on tomorrow, Thursday, March 16, 2017 at Capitol Building office on Capitol Hill.