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Desist from Violence! …Peace Ambassador Quaqua Pleads With Liberians

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By: Frank P. Martin

Buchanan: Liberia’s Peace Ambassador, Eric Quaqua, has called for genuine national reconciliation and healing among Liberians, especially political actors, who are issuing statements that seek to undermine the country’s peace and stability.

Serving as a proxy of the Minister of Internal Affairs, at a three-day Political Reconciliation Dialogue held in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County, Amb. Quaqua stressed that the transformation and progress of the Liberian Nation lies in the peace.

He challenged political leaders as well as the citizens to eschew all forms of violence and lawlessness and to ahead to the basic rights of all.

Ambassador Quaqua urged Liberians to utilize their rights in the democratic process.

According to the Liberian Peace Ambassador, everyone is responsible for creating a better country for the present and future generations.

Meanwhile, participants of the Dialogue outlined some ills which have the potential to trigger violence and lawlessness.

The Liberia Peacebuilding Office Political Reconciliation Dialogues brought together representatives from the Civil Society Organizations, Youth Groups, Women Organizations, Motor Cyclists, and Traditional Leaders among others.
The participants were also selected from four counties which included Grand Bassa, Grand Gedeh, Nimba, Bong, and Lofa.

The Liberia Peace building Office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and partner (UNDP) commenced the three-day Political Reconciliation Dialogues on Monday April 1, 2024 in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.

The Political Reconciliation Dialogues brought stakeholders of the county together to break a cycle of violence, aid post-traumatic reconciliation, build a more peaceful common future, and ultimately sustain peace in Grand Bassa County and Liberia at large.

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