Minister Sirleaf Expresses Optimism of Not Returning to Blood Bath

MONROVIA-The Minister of Internal Affairs,  Varney A. Sirleaf has expressed optimism that Liberians will never revert to armed conflict to express dissatisfaction and solve their problems.

Minister Sirleaf said Liberia’s 14 years of civil war has only worsened the socioeconomic situation of the country, which is now striving to recover.

According to a press release from the Internal Affairs Ministry, Honorable Sirleaf made the remarks on Thursday, May 11, 2023, during his engagement with citizens in the town of Woumai, Bluyeama Clan, Zorzor District, Lofa County.

With over two decades of uninterrupted peace, the Internal Affairs Minister is encouraging Liberians to dialogue as the best option.

He commended the local authorities and citizens of the Bluyeama Clan for sustained unity despite the challenges facing them.

“As your son, I have come to thank you for keeping the community peaceful and united”. Minister Sirleaf told the well-attended gathering.

The Internal Affairs Minister admonished the locals to continue their efforts toward the unity of the community and Lofa County as a whole.

Earlier, the Chiefs, community leaders, and other residents adopted the Internal Affairs Minister as their son and made gift presentations of gowns and animals.

“From today, you are our son and a citizen of Bluyeama, for your care and for being the first Cabinet Minister to visit our community”, declared Chief Zumo, Head of the tradition in Bluyeama Clan, Zorzor District, also known as Zoe Paramount Chief.

Meanwhile, the citizens are commending Government for continuing the pavement of Lofa Road.

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