Liberian people are excited for change in their lives now. They are prepared to demonstrate the desire for positive change even if you don’t think so, for them their vote is the power to say no to poverty but yes to good live.
LIBERIANS HAVE FINALLY DECIDED TO HAVE A REALISTIC CHANGE

Liberian people are excited for change in their lives now. They are prepared to demonstrate the desire for positive change even if you don’t think so, for them their vote is the power to say no to poverty but yes to good live.

The land of liberty, justice for all goes to election on Tuesday, October 10 just a day few hours from now. Liberians have endured so many complex hurting things unimaginable by anyone on planet earth. Those people have seen good life in west Africa. They have also gone through the worst pain and suffering of human dignity.

An unborn child of a Liberian parent would like to come and see a change of lifestyle, the opportunities for good health, educational facilities, available housing for low income earners, good roads condition, sound-transportation system and basic utilities (water, electricity, etc.). That’s how much the people are gearing for real change. They are testy for a fair leadership and distribution of wealth.

With 20 candidates vying to be elected the next president, they’ve identified whose proposal is promising and legit. Liberian historically don’t vote strangers, they don’t reject what you may have to say, they will not make decisions on first impression but they had always manifested their free will through the ballot box.

Liberians have finally decided to have a realistic change that will effectively trigger down to grass root levels. Gone are the times of legislators voting based on vested interested. They would like to see a president who will defy the odd of dishing out monies in exchange for concessional bills passages or favor.

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