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Peaceful Assembly and Protest denote a maturing democracy; an indicator for good governance.

This article entails a message of patriotic support with caution on the ensuring peaceful protest scheduled for tomorrow, September 24, 2018 in Liberia. A non-political and peaceful approach we beseech.

Peaceful Assembly and Protest denote a maturing democracy; an indicator for good governance.
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