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Government has announced a two – day mandatory retreat beginning today, 30 March on President Ellen Johnson – Sirleaf’s farm in Julijuah, Bomi County.


Deputy and assistant ministers, heads of State- Owned Enterprises, Commissions and local government officials are mandated to be at the Cabinet retreat which is being held under the theme “Strong in the last mile”.

The two-day retreat will primarily focus on the President’s priorities for the next 298 days, the transition plan for ministries, agencies, and commissions, and telling the administration’s success story, and Executive Mansion release says.

The Executive Mansion release further says the two-day retreat will also provide an opportunity for participants to strategize on issues that are related to the administration’s legacy and develop a strategic roadmap for closing the circle of the administration.

At the end, the retreat is expected to establish a time-bound strategic road map that will drive the administration’s 298 days, approve the transition plan for ministries agencies and Commissions.

It is also anticipated that the retreat would have approved the execution plan for the President’s 150-Day Plan for priority projects; aligned ministries, agencies and commissions’ activities with the approved strategic road map.

A framework is expected to be adopted for telling the success story of the administration, and inspire ministries, agencies and commissions to collectively reach the finish line strong.

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Vice President Joseph N. Boakai, Cabinet Members, Deputy and Assistant Ministers, Board Chairs of SOEs, Heads and deputy heads of State Owned Enterprises and Commissions, County Superintendents, Special Guests, the President’s Delivery Unit, and the Technical Support Team are all expected to form part of the retreat. – Press release

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