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In a bid to curb violence during electioneering periods, the National Youth Movement for Transparent Election NAYMOTE has embarked on a dialogue with the Liberia National Police aimed at ending violence during election.

With support from the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA), the project intends to change violent mindsets and cultivate the spirit of peace throughout the electoral process.
During an anti-violence sensitization tour of the counties recently, the Project Coordinator Keifala Kanneh said the project is tailored towards working along with the LNP in raising awareness about how to prevent electoral violence during the 2017 Presidential & Representatives Elections while focusing on the standpoint of the police, how prepared they are for emergency cases where there will be disruptions during the elections.
He mentioned that the project has also imbedded interaction with community dwellers along with the police and engagement with students taking into account that youth constitutes about 65% of the population of the country.
He explained during a visit to schools around Monrovia including Nathan E. Gibson High School, the Seventh Day Adventist, the Paynesville Community, School, and the University of Liberia, among others, Orando S. Fallah, student representative to the University of Liberia Council on behalf of the student government pinpointed the University’s commitment to support the peace of Liberia especially during this crucial time of the nation’s transition from one elected government to the next.
He added that the campaign had made a significant effort in preventing elections violence throughout the fifteen political subdivisions of Liberia with a zero case something that speaks to the fact that NAYMOTE community engagement strategies, Coffee Shops discussions and High Schools visitations has turn the tides of Violence to the promotion of peace.
“The message resonated well across the entire country through the people we met and interacted with during the project implementation” he said.
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