“Liberia Has A Brighter Future Under President Weah” – Young Entrepreneur Sheikh Kouyateh Asserts

Mr. Sheikh Al Moustapha Kouyateh

As Liberians both at home and abroad are murmuring about the future of their home Country under President George Manneh Weah’s ‘Pro-Poor’ Government, a young Liberian entrepreneur, Mr. Sheikh Al Moustapha Kouyateh has said he is very optimistic of the success of the Government, and further called on his fellow compatriots to support the CDC leg Government.

Speaking in an exclusive interview, Mr. Kouyateh who is also the President and Chief Executive Officer of Farafina Investment Group Incorporated which has branches in fifteen African Countries poured praises on the youthful President of Liberia for his quest to his see home country among that comity nations in improving the livelihood of his citizenry.

He said President Weah when given the opportunity by Liberians to lead them successfully will create what he called an avenue for greater success for the people of this nation, Liberia, stressing, “The future of Liberia will be filled with smiles when we give this President a chance to do his work as a leader,” Mr. Kouyateh speaking further noted.

Speaking further, Mr. Kouyateh boasted of his contributions over the past years helping to relief to the most needy, and his Company’s contribution towards the growth and development of the youthful population of Liberia dating back in the 1990s.

Kouyateh who bragged of his contributions over the years through jobs creation for his fellow Liberians around the Country also assured Liberians to support the administration of President and stop castigating him, noting, “Without the support of all Liberians, President Weah cannot do it along in bringing total relief to the people of Liberia,”  he told the GNN.

He said his Company the Farafina Investment Group Incorporated  will do all in its power to encourage investors to come to Liberia and invest in order to empower Liberian youths who are indeed of job opportunities.

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