It is indeed an open secret that Liberia’s transition from civil war to a post-war nation took a relatively longer period of time from its inception in the late 1980s to 1997. Additionally, in order to prevent continuous violence in the country, the government needs to construct more TVET institutions in big cities. In spite of this fragility, the peace under her was uninterrupted, and unity wasn’t achieved… leaving the country still divided in diverse ways. For instance, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) report on Liberia revealed that current inflation rate stands at 22.3%. Therefore, many of them are fueling violence and protests as avenues for airing and addressing their disenchantments.
Source: Front Page Africa February 07, 2021 01:18 UTC