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“Make Peace A Must” –Pres. Weah Reminds Liberians

President George Manneh Weah continues to reiterate calls for citizens to keep the country peaceful.In his remarks on Sunday, January 3, 2021 at the famous Faith Healing Temple of Jesus Christ on the Bushrod Island, President Weah noted, “It is only a peaceful environment that is conducive for investments and investments create job and improve livelihoods.”
“There are people who want to come to this country, but it depends on how peaceful the country is. I therefore humbly want to call on Liberians to make peace a must in the New Year,” the Liberian leader pleaded.
President George Manneh Weah whose remarks underscored the importance of lasting peace in Liberia, described it as being critical to holistic development and progress.
He said the prospects for economic transformations in the country hinge on Liberians’ attitude to embrace the virtues of peace and tranquility.
Acknowledging series of protests, which could have disrupted the peace and order of the country since his ascendency, President Weah however lauded Liberians for their role in maintaining the peace of the country.
President Weah also hailed the people of Liberia for the resilience demonstrated in the fight against Covid-19 and divulged that Liberia is internationally recognized and commended for being among a few countries that have done so well in combating the Covid-19.
He however reminded Liberians to bear in mind that Covid-19 is not yet eradicated and urged all citizens to keep adhering to all health protocols instituted by the Ministry of Health to fight the pandemic.
Meanwhile, the President disclosed that he was at the first Sunday service of the Church to identify with the men and women who are praying for the peace and security of Liberia.
President Weah said he was exceedingly happy to visit the Church for the first time though he got to know it since his youthful days in Gibraltar, mainly when he used to play football around the Freeport of Monrovia area.

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