The Chairman of the CDC- USA chapter, A. Kulubozumo Zakama, Jr. has named road construction, healthcare delivery and education as key priorities areas for the CDC led administration.
Speaking to newsmen over the weekend in Monrovia, Chairman Zakama said Liberia as a nation is behind in terms of quality healthcare and affordable education something he said the CDC government will tackle immediate.
He noted that new government will also work to modernize the Country in order to be on par with other Countries in the south region.
On the issue of reconciliation, the CDC USA chapter Chairman said President elect Weah as a reconciler will bring every Liberian together no matter what part of the political device they find themselves for the common purpose of moving the country developmental agenda.
According to him, President elect George Weah has begun reaching out to those who contested against him in the just ended Presidential election as a sign of a genuine reconciliation.
He disclosed that the USA-chapter has been supportive the effort of the party to gain state power. Zakama applauded political parties for participating in the electoral process of the country.