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Part 1- The hope we share across the Atlantic Ocean; our Liberia beyond 2017

Thia article looks beyond the ongoing electoral process in Liberia and shares the hopes we see in the future of our beloved country buttressing the words of our late brother Mamadee that the Motherland will never fall.

Part 1- The hope we share across the Atlantic Ocean; our Liberia beyond 2017
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