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ECOWAS Amb. to Liberia recommends the protection of rule of law

Jarp Davies/Jos Garneo Cephas Sr.
 ECOWAS Amb. Babatunde-Olanrewaju-Ajisomo
ECOWAS Amb. Babatunde-Olanrewaju-Ajisomo

MONROVIA, LIBERIA –ECOWAS Ambassador to Liberia, Babatunde Ajisomo, is urging Liberians to protect the rule of law, democracy and respect others’ opinions.

Amb. Ajisomo is also calling for constructive criticism of government which will help preserve the peace and stability in the country amid political and economic issues.

Speaking to the Liberia News Agency (LINA), the ECOWAS envoy stressed that what Liberia needs now is dialogue with all hands on deck.

Amb. Ajisomo has termed as falsehood, latest media report that ECOWAS was due to hold a security meeting this weekend in the wake of politically-inspired war of words and news of a planned peaceful anti-government protest in Monrovia.

The ECOWAS envoy has clarified that he and the United Nations Resident Coordinator and other partners have reached out to government and the opposition to promote dialogue aimed at easing brewing tension in the country.

Amb. Ajisomo has disclosed that a meeting was held with President George Weah on Monday and also met with collaborating political parties on the means of dialogue.


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