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Liberia: Veteran Singer Fatu Gayflor Backs President’s Culture and Tourism Programs

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Liberia’s revered international cultural icon, Princess Fatu Gayflor, met with President Joseph Boakai on Tuesday, April 2nd, at the Executive Mansion in Monrovia. She paid a courtesy call to the President to congratulate him on his election and make it known that she fully supports his government’s agenda on culture and tourism.

During the meeting, Princess Fatu Gayflor made it clear that she is deeply concerned about the current state of promoting culture in Liberia, and expressed her disappointment with the demolition of the Kendeja Cultural Village years ago, which was supposed to be relocated and rebuilt. She emphasized that more needs to be done to promote the nation’s culture and enhance its tourism industry.

President Boakai welcomed Madam Gayflor and expressed his appreciation for her efforts in promoting Liberia’s image.

He underscored the importance of Liberians embracing and taking pride in their culture and urged Princess Fatu Gayflor to continue to champion the advancement of traditional values and practices.

The President assured the gifted Liberian Singer and the Liberian people of his unwavering commitment to uplifting the country’s cultural endowments and boosting its hospitality industry.


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