Conditions in the African state of Liberia have been driven from global headlines by more pressing crises of violence and famine in other African states like South Sudan, Somalia and Nigeria. But with elections coming up in October, a study undertaken by Catholic Relief Services suggests that the international community has not done enough to help prepare Liberians for what could be a wrenching transition.
‘I am fearless and able to step into any arena as long as it is to serve my country,’ Cooper tells IBTimes UK.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s constitutionally dictated absence at the upcoming 2017 presidential election will not be missed, gender-wise, as the first female aspirant has emerged saying that she has the requisite credentials and is prepared to lead the country. Read more… Fidget Cube Shop Fidget Cube Products Fidget Spinner Fidget Cube Promotion Fidget Cube color Edition
Liberia is at a very critical crossroad today.When the guns went silent in 2003, following 14 years of brutal civil conflict, the people of Liberia, working alongside the international community, embraced the democratic system of governance as the best option in moving our country forward and addressing our leadership challenges. Following two critically acclaimed national elections, the resilient people…