Culture Ambassador Juli Endee Urge Liberians To Embrace Peace and Support Government

By: Francis Pelenah, Jr.|

Madam Juli Endee receives Kola Nuts from the Traditional People

Liberia’s Culture Ambassador Juli Endee has rallied Liberians to get behind the government of President George Manneh Weah, in furtherance of Peace and economic development.

Ambassador Endee said it is about time every Liberian think positively about their country and join hands with the government in bringing development to the country.

She wants citizens to embrace one another and promote peace which according to her is a catalyst for economic development.

Speaking to a group of Traditional leaders from Grand Bassa and Margibi Counties, Madam Endee rallied Liberians to demonstrate love for country by ensuring that government succeeds.

According to her, success of the George Weah led government will yield massive dividends in the lives of every Liberian particularly the ordinary people.


“Let us maintain the peace and support our government because with peace there will be development. With peace, you will make your farm and grow more food, your children will go to school and learn and with peace I will able to travel around the country to sing my music freely” Ambassador added.

She was speaking on the Farmington River Bridge recently when the people of Grand Bassa turned over the Peace Torch to the people of Margibi.

The Traditional Queen then called on citizens of both Counties to embrace peace at all times and denounce the culture of violence.

Also speaking at the occasion, National Coordinator of the National Council of Chiefs and Elders of Liberia Madam Seeta Fofana Saah thanked Ambassador Endee for her tireless efforts in making sure that Liberia remains a peaceful country.

She assured of the Traditional Council’s commitment to working with Ambassador Endee and the Crusaders for Peace in sustaining the peace that Liberians now enjoy.

The Peace Torch is a crucial part of Ambassador Endee Prevenient Grace Album launch that has already taken counties by storm.

Similar turnover was done for the people of Bong and Nimba Counties with renewed commitment to work together in furtherance of peace and national development.

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