Joseph Boakai has assured Liberians of his readiness to run a transparent government, when elected president.
The Unity Party standard bearer says Liberia under his leadership will be a Country of justice and equal right for all; irrespective of position, tribal or religious affiliation.
He said cabinet ministers will seek medical attention in the country and their children will attend public schools, when he wins the elections in October, this year.
Vice President Boakai made the assertion Wednesday, when former Foreign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan declared support for his presidential bid.
Ngafuan told a jammed packed Monrovia City Hall that he is of the conviction that VP Boakai shares his vision for a better Liberia.
Ngafuan who resigned his post as Foreign Minister in 2015 to contest the nation’s highest seat, said he has abandoned his plan to stand in this year’s elections.
He said though he possesses the competence, character and experience of a good leader, he will not be a candidate comes October 10.
Vice President Joseph Boakai and Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan both hail from Lofa County.