Sup. Walker Wants More Attention Given To Agriculture
Bong County Superintendent Esther Walker has stressed the need for more attention to be given to the agriculture sector to help buttress President George Weah’s effort to creating a vibrant agriculture sector.
Madam Walker specifically urged government institutions working in the agriculture sector to do more to help the President.
She believes that went that is done it will prevent the government from spending millions of United States Dollars, just to import the County stable food rice.
Superintendent Walker said it time for citizens in the country to engage in development that will improve their lives conditions, especially in the Agriculture sector of the country.
The Bong County Chief Executive made the comment in Gbarnga over the Weekend at the official opening ceremony of the Cooperative Development Agency (CDA) staff capacity building training,
Madam Walker at the same time praised the CDA for its effort in creating a vibrant agriculture sector.
Superintendent Walker committed herself to support the development of CDA and asked citizens to unite and work together in the country.
The Bong County Superintendent further revealed that President George Weah led government need to be supported by all and urged citizens to continue their support and prayer for the development of the country.
She further added that Cooperatives are very essential in the fight against hunger.
Speaking in an interview with The Monrovia Times at the start of the training, CDA Acting Registrar General Regina Sokan Teah said the staff capacity building training is intended to orientate new newly recruited staff of the entity.
Madam Teah added that under her administration she wants to ensure the activities of the Cooperative Development Agency are felt everywhere.
She added that the new recruits will be assigned at different locations to bridge the manpower gap that has existed within the institution for long.
Madam Teah maintained that they will work with cooperatives across the country, ensuring they are strong and able to produce.