A group of Liberians under the conglomeration, Community Peace Building and Development Listening Circle in partnership with the Liberia peace building office, Foundation for International DIGNITY and the Flomo Theater for Sustainable Peace embark on a nationwide tour, promoting peace messages.
The Coordinator of the Flomo Theater, Philip M. Johnson says, the peaceable engagements across Liberia is initiated by the Economic Community Of West African State (ECOWAS), with funding from SIDA, aimed at providing peace awareness to communities in all 15 counties.
He reveals that the team has visited four counties, including Bomi,Garpolu, Grand Cape Mount and Margibi, respectively with plan to reach more counties before the June 7 protest.
He says they are preaching messages of peace and wherever the team goes, people embrace the messages and even pledged full support to upholding peace, noting that ECOWAS is appealing to all Liberians to realize the surest way to peace is peace, nothing less.
Mr. Johnson stresses that ECOWAS also calls on protesters to recognize the rights of others, while urging the Government of Liberia to protect protesters.Mr. Johnson made the assertion on Sunday, June 2, during a day-long visit to German Camp Junction, Weala community, Margibi County District#5 where more than 300 residents were in attendance. By Stone Siakor/Margibi–Editing by Jonathan Browne