LAP Management Ready to Boost Liberia’s Economy

Samuel Doe, writes

MONROVIA – In the wake of challenges that Liberia is faced with in food production, an American owned agricultural company, the Liberia America Poultry (LAP) has in recent times embarked on the production of eggs and plantains in the western county of Bomi.

Speaking to a team of journalists on Thursday November 24, Mr. Walid who is the production manager said LAP Company is set and ready to supply the country with plantains and eggs on the Liberia market.

The company production manager who toured journalists the company’s facilities in Bomi County said the LAP agricultural company will do it’s best to supply eggs and plantains in every part of the country.

The LAP Production Manager Walid also told journalists that the company was overly prepared to do everything humanly possible to bring it’s first productions on the Liberia market in the month of December 2022.

The LAP  production manager assigned at the company’s  production site though declined to disclosed the total amount invested to establish the agriculture company but said the  company reached the decision to use it’s available resources to buttress the efforts of the pro poor agenda of President George Weah and also help make the country to be self-sufficient in food production.

The LAP Manager Walid said the company will soon begin supplying the Liberia’s market in few counties but assured the public that they will do everything in their reach to extend similar agricultural activities in the fifteen counties of Liberia.

The LAP manager said the company has sufficient chickens at the poultry that ably producing on a daily basis closed to seven hundred thousand to eight hundred thousand eggs a day and therefore assure the public that they will do everything in their reach to sustain the Liberia’s market.

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