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Adopt culture of servant leadership-VP Howard Taylor

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Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor
Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor wants young Political African Leaders adopt the culture of servant leadership in their political quest.

Vice President Howard-Taylor said being servant leaders, they will add value to others, make the difference in the lives of the people and change the circumstances in their communities.

She said:” Servant leaders will be able to have influence in their respective areas by developing national vision through planning and trustworthiness.”

The Liberian Vice President urged young political leaders to be steadfast in their political endeavors because political leadership is not an event but process that has difficult tasks ahead.

Vice President Howard-Taylor spoke Monday, October 14, 2019, at Semester Six of the Young Political Leadership School of Africa in Monrovia.

The National Youth Movement for Transparent Elections (NAYMOTE) has begun Semester Six of its Young Political Leadership School Africa in Liberia.

According NAYMOTE Executive Director, Eddie Jarwolo, 75 emerging leaders from eight West African Countries are participating in Semester Six.

He said:” The focus of the School is to increase the knowledge and skills among young people in planning and implementing political events, among others.”

Mr. Jarwolo said the School is also intended to build a network of new generation of leaders with new aspirations and political values.

He said Young Political Leadership School Africa was established 2016 and has trained over 430 young politicians and political activists.


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