Naymote Releases 100-Day Deliverables Report: An Insight into President Boakai’s Performance

As President Joseph Nyumah Boakai completes his first 100 days in office, Naymote Partners for Democratic Development is pleased to present a summary of its findings from comprehensive tracking and monitoring of the government’s implementation of commitments and promises. Following President Boakai’s inauguration on January 22, 2024, the Unity Party led government released a document titled “100-Day Deliverables,” outlining twelve (12) key objectives aimed at achieving targeted milestones within the initial 100 days. The overarching goal of this plan was to demonstrate short-term progress, laying the groundwork for a broader National Development Agenda, as articulated in the “ARREST” vision, while fostering transparency and momentum for transformative change nationwide. Accomplishing these milestones is vital for establishing credibility and trust with the public and laying the foundation for fulfilling broader campaign promises over the next six (6) years. Progress

The Boakai-led administration has tackled a robust plan with 107 deliverables spanning multiple sectors since taking office. Of these, 11 constituting 10% are completed, 45 constituting 42% are in progress, and 51 constituting 48% remain unrated due to the lack of available information, signalling the need for proactive measures to fulfil commitments to the Liberian populace. Notably, actions have been observed in sectors like telecommunications, aviation, and agriculture. For instance, agricultural initiatives include restructuring governance boards and devising plans for equipment mobilization, while the telecommunications sector saw the revival of the e-Liberia website for improved public service access.

Link to press statement and 100 Day Deliverables Summary Report.


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