Good morning, Wilmot. It was nice seeing you again yesterday. I am praying that you and your Gomoa Buduburam Camp Liberia refugee settlement area colleagues, who are attempting to set up a local branch of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), the ruling party in Liberia, here in Ghana, will be succesful in doing so.
Above all, one hopes that the idea that your branch of the CDC's contribution to the transformation of Liberia into a prosperous and equitable society, will be to help make the commercialisation of ecocoboard production, a new ESG-bedrocked green economic-pillar for Liberia, which will create wealth that remains locally, and generate jobs galore: with a value-chain whose smallholder farmer-stakeholders are empowered to bootstrap their way to financial independence, through agroforestry.
As I intimated to you, on my part, as my humble contribution to ensuring your success, I am happy to place my personal network of global contacts at the disposal of you and your colleagues. My doors are also open to you whenever you want to meet with me.
Finally, do remember that is vital that your Gomoa Buduburam Camp Liberia refugee settlement area branch of the CDC, when it is established formally, collaborates with the Liberia Netherlands Business and Cultural Council (LNBCC) - as it is through them that the Dutch private sector partners needed to ensure funding for any successful ecocoboard production commercialisation-project-execution, across Liberia's coastline counties, will come on board, to create this much-needed new green economic-pillar for the good people of Liberia. I wish you all well in that noble endeavour. Peace and blessings to all you!