Bong County Legislative Caucus, Senator Henry W. Yalleh
Bong Senator Urges Sincerity In Reconciliation Process
By Calvin Brooks
MONROVIA, May 30 (LINA) - The Chairman of the Bong County Legislative Caucus, Senator Henry W. Yalleh, has challenged Liberians to be sincere about the reconciliation process in Liberia.
Senator Yalleh explained that without sincerity, it would be difficult to unify and reconcile Liberians as a people striving to move forward in the growth and development of their motherland.
The Bong County Senator was speaking Friday at programs marking the 50th Anniversary of Liberia’s National Unification Day, commemorating the creation of the four additional counties of Bong, Lofa, Nimba and Grand Gedeh.
The program was held at the Liberia Chamber Commerce on Capitol Hill in Monrovia.
Senaor Yalleh noted that several Liberians are not sincere about the peace process which, he noted, requires the reconciliation and unification of all Liberians.
He said it was crucial for Liberians to demonstrate sincerity in the unification process because “without unity among the people, the nation will perish.”
The celebration was organized by the Better Future Foundation in collaboration with the Kofi Annan Institute for Conflict Transformation, the Montserrado County Peace Committee and the Liberia House of Prayer.
It was held under the theme: “National Unification Day at 50, reviewing the past, preparing for the future.”