Two Youthful Female Political Activists Crave for Peace

…Ahead of October’s Polls

MONROVIA-As the country moves closer to the conduct of the 2023’s Presidential and Legislative Elections, there have been growing concerns over the protection of the country’s cherished peace and the need to have violent-free elections.

Two emerging female political activists have called on Liberians to ensure that the environment for the conduct of the elections remains peaceful.

Mamensie Kabba,  a member of the Congress for Democratic Change, CDC and current Assistant Minister for Administration at the  Ministry of Gender Children and Social Protection and Kula Fofana, who is the Head of Media and Public Relations of the opposition Unity Party, (UP) want conversations tied towards the peacefulness of the electoral process be ignited.

Speaking further, the Unity Party Official called on political leaders to commit to non-violent free elections.

She also noted that the Liberian Government has a pivotal role to play in ensuring non-violent elections.

She mentioned that there is a need to hold individuals accountable who are engaged in the acts of perpetrating violence.

Assistant Minister Kabba noted that the Liberian Leader has committed him to secure a peaceful environment.

She mentioned that President George M. Weah has consistently said that the election results should reflect the overwhelming will of all Liberians.

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