Scouting for Investment Opportunities -Dr. Cassell, Party Comb South Africa

The First Partisan of the People’s Liberation Party (PLP), Dr. Daniel E. Cassell and Executive members of the party have traveled to South Africa to explore and establish International Business relationships in the areas of Agriculture, Agro-processing and Transportation which are very vital to the recovery of Liberia’s economy.

An insider said the trip by Dr. Cassell, who is also the Vision Bearer and Senior Servant of the newly established People’s Liberation Party, along with other executives are currently to South Africa is intended to bring positive dividends to Liberia and its citizens, particularly the ordinary masses.

Saying the PLP is Liberia’s best and only alternative, the insider quoted Dr. Cassell as saying, “This is an official visit to South Africa by the Vision Bearer/Humble Servant and executive members of the leadership of the People’s Liberation Party (PLP) to explore and establish international business relationships in the areas of Agriculture, Agro-processing and transportation, which are very vital to the recovery of our economy.”

Climaxing their official visit to South Africa, Dr. Cassel recounted the results to include “exploring and establishing international business relationships in the areas of agriculture, agro-processing and transportation which he said are very vital to the recovery of our economy”.

He said realization of dividends in these areas are expected to be seen within the coming months, saying that this is a clear indication that the PLP’s Vision Bearer is a solution-focused leader who is occupied with addressing the serious economic problems or challenges that are facing our nation instead of empty rhetoric.

“We don’t have to be President First before investing into the lives of our People and Country like it has always been with Politicians in this Country,” Dr. Cassel said.

The Vision Bearer of the People’s Liberation Party (PLP), Dr. Daniel E. Cassell, who received the most accolades as HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR 2020/2021 in Liberia, visited the Nelson Mandela Foundation in South Africa along with other officials of the party as a result of which he proclaimed, “Big things are in the making!!!”

Since his entry into active politics in Liberia, the First Partisan of PLP and vision bearer has shown interest in the Liberian presidency.

Dr. Cassell has taken actions to warm himself within the hearts of Liberians with his interventions that have seen communities and individuals benefiting from scholarships, distribution of relief items, payment of hospital bills and other humanitarian gestures.
The latest move which is intended to bring in investors to open companies thereby providing employment and empowerment opportunities for the citizens will remain a lasting impression on minds the people, a PLP stalwart said.

Founder, Chief Executive Officer and President, of the Dr. Cassel Foundation,  Dr. Daniel E. Cassell earned a BA in Kinesiology with a minor in Psychology from Temple University in Pennsylvania, a Masters in Public Health from A.T. Still University in Missouri, and both a Masters and a Doctoral (Ph.D.) in Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine from North Central University in Arizona.

Dr. Cassell is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Pennsylvania and a Licensed Clinical Drug and Alcohol counselor (LCADC) in New Jersey, the USA. He also holds national and international certificates as a certified family trauma professional (ICFTP), certificate as an advance addictions professional, certified co-occurring disorder professional, and more.

With more than 20 years of experience in the mental health and addiction fields backed by his previous work as a behavioral specialist consultant, Dr. Cassell is also the President/Founder of Kwenah Professional Health Services based in the United States.

Upon his return to Liberia, Dr. Cassel founded the People’s Liberation Party which is turning out to be one of the formidable opposition parties certificated by the National Election Commission.

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