Liberia: Weah Urges Religious Tolerance

The News – Montserrado County Senator George Weah is calling on Liberians to encourage religious tolerance and cultural diversity in the country.

Senator Weah said Liberia belongs to all Liberians and it was important to embrace the culture and religion of each other.

Speaking to students during a visit to the Cuttington University main campus in Suakoko, Bong County, Senator Weah said, if Liberia must enjoy a sustainable peace, genuine reconciliation and development, Liberians must embrace the cultural values of one another.

Ambassador Weah said, as it is written in the Liberian National Anthem, ‘in union, success is sure,’ there is a need for Liberians to work collectively if the country must be developed.

Senator Weah said the process of reconciling Liberians involves every citizen. “Peace cannot be achieved alone and I cannot do it alone,” he said.

“To achieve peace in Liberia, we Liberians must promote it and if Liberians must have peace, it needs Liberians’ full cooperation.

The CDC political leader then paid tribute to doctors and nurses as well as other health workers and Liberians who fell prey to the deadly Ebola virus disease.

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