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Maryland Supt. Advances Peace, Unity Agenda
By John N. Bropleh, LINA Maryland County Correspondent
HARPER, January 15(LINA) - The newly-appointed Superintendent of Maryland County has begun holding consultations with a cross-section of citizens, including religious and civil society groups, in an effort to promote peace and unity in the county.
Superintendent Betsy Kouh-Toe, who took over the affairs of the county on Monday following her installation, met with Bishop Andrew Karnley of the Cape Palmas Diocese of the Catholic Church of Liberia.
She told the Catholic Bishop of her willingness to come home and serve her people, stressing the need for peace and reconciliation among the people of Maryland County both at home and in the Diaspora as a means to encourage development.
Responding, Bishop Karnley, head of the Cape Palmas Diocese, welcomed the new Superintendent and promised to pray for the leadership of the county to restore peace, reconciliation and unity in Maryland County.