Deputy Minister Reeves returns from USA after a month-long visit.

Deputy Minister Reeves
Deputy Minister Reeves
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Monrovia, September 5, 2018:Deputy Internal Affairs Minister for Operations, Honorable Emmett K. Reeves has returned home after a month-long trip the United States of America.

Minister Reeves, also Chairman of the Montserrado County Branch of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) was invited by many organizations in different states for separate speaking engagements.

Some of the groups invited the Deputy Internal Affairs Minister to explain, in simple terms, the meaning of the new policy directionof the Government titled ‘Pro-poor Agenda for the Prosperity and Development’.

“I was privileged to have interpreted to our Liberian brothers and sisters, in those communities in the USA, the true meaning of the Pro-poor Government for prosperity and development” Honorable told reporters upon his arrival back to his office at the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

According to some of the organizations, the Deputy Minister’s invitation was based on the level of work being done by the Ministry of Internal Affairs, especially the early engagements with traditional leaders from across the country to explain the Pro-poor Agenda.

The institutions described the initiative of the Ministry as proactive, innovative, worth emulating and laudable, especially when the policy vision was being misinterpreted in some quarters in Liberia.
The visit to the United States took Minister Reeves to North Carolina, Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, Rhode Island, New York and Philadelphia among others.

Honorable Reeves disclosed that he was able to rally the Liberian community in the USA to support their Government back home.
He also called for collaboration and cooperation with Liberian organizations and individuals with the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

While in the USA, the Deputy Minister also into CDC-USA leadership into office on behalf of the Coalition’s National Chairman, Honorable Mulbah K. Morlu on Saturday, August 11, 2018.

D. Emmanuel Wheinyue writes: