US Black Caucus Commends Minister McGill

MONROVIA The US Congressional Black Caucus that took part in the Bicentennial celebration has commended Minister Nathaniel McGill for the able leadership in which he and his team organized the Bicentennial program.

In a commendation letter signed by  Joyce Beaty, member of Congress, OH-03, Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus said Liberia and US have a special relationship.

She said, Liberia as the oldest African Republic, stands as a beacon of democracy and decency throughout the globe and it is the sense of the Congressional Black Caucus that your contributions, leadership, and creativity embody a sense of excellence worthy of the admiration and commendation of the United States Congress. Attached is the letter.

 

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