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Thursday, April 18, 2024

AMB. KOUYATEH VOWS TO REMAIN COMMITTED FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF WECC

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Liberia Ambassador-At –Large, Al Moustapha Kouyateh has commended the President of the Republic of Liberia, His Excellency Joseph N. Boakai for the confidence repose in him to serve the people of Liberia.

“I am deeply honored to be among Liberian government leaders who are so well-positioned to ensure that needed funds continue to flow to support government initiatives that will enable all Liberians to map a better future for them.

He has pledged to increase bilateral trade between Liberia and other nations by encouraging investors to invest in all sectors in the country.

“I would like to express my support for President’s efforts, and I promise to encourage investors to work closely with the Liberian government in order to invest more in various areas to help achieve the president’s ARREST agenda,” he said.

According to him, attracting foreign investors to invest in Liberia would bring a lot of benefit for the economy, because in addition to creating jobs and reducing poverty in the country; Noting that these investments will transform and improve the living conditions of the citizens.

Ambassador Kouyateh has vowed not to take salary as Ambassador-At –Large and will diligently work on a pro-bono basic as to help realizing the agenda of the president and improve the livelihood of Liberians.

However, the Liberia First Movement (LFM) Servant In-Charge has reechoed his commitment for the establishment of War and Economic Crimes Court in Liberia to ensure that justice is serve to the over 250,000 war victims and more than four million victims of economic crimes in the nation.

He disclosed that the establishment of the war and economic crimes court in Liberia will signify the significant milestone and the unwavering commitment of Liberians to uphold the Constitution through the rule of law; noting that it is a testament to a collective dedication to justice and accountability.

According to the Ambassador, the establishment of the war and economic crimes court will not only deliver justice to those who have suffered but will also stand as a powerful deterrent to potential perpetrators of war and economic crimes. Together, we must strive to create a society where justice prevails, and all citizens can live in peace and harmony.

Amb. Kouyateh who has been one of the voices in the establishment of the courts, commended the president of Liberia for mustering the courage for the court in Liberia and also applauds the lower house in passing the resolution for its establishment; he has also urged the senate to act the same path of the representatives.

“We cannot let those who committed atrocities during the civil war go unpunished. We cannot allow those who have stolen our national resources to walk free. We must hold these individuals accountable for their actions, and the establishment of this court will help us to do just that, I am troubled with the delay,” Ambassador disclosed.

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