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-Assures Cameroon-Liberia Pre-War Relationship
Cameroonian Ambassador to Liberia, H. E. Beng'Yela Augustine Gang has lauded Liberians for what he calls ‘profound lessons learned of the past’ that are teaching the world.

Amb.BengYela Augustine GangSpeaking at program marking the 45th anniversary of National Unity of Cameroon at a Golden Gate Hotel in Paynesville on May 23, Ambassador Gang recounted that Liberians have profound lessons to teach the world both about the painful slide to conflict and about the glorious path upwards to reconciliation.

“Liberia succeeded in a battle against itself in 2003. It recently won the war against a ruthless Ebola epidemic. Today, Excellency Madam Minister, Liberia stands at the dawn of a historic first, truly democratic transition election driven by Africa’s first democratically elected female President, Her Excellency Madam Johnson Sirleaf,” he said.

Considering the success stories of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf over the years, the Cameroonian Envoy indicated that he has no doubt at all in the Country’s capacity to face this competition with equal zeal for success and a care not to undo all the good work which has re-established Liberia’s label and dignity within the ECOWAS, on the African continent and, indeed, the world over.

“President Sirleaf’s output, both at home and abroad, during her tenure as Chair Person of the Authority of ECOWAS Heads of State is as palpable as it is laudable. Her energy and the attendant results constitute a fraternal challenge to her successor after January 2018,” he added.

At the same time, Ambassador Gang has assured his availability in collaboration with those heading the foreign relations of Liberia to heighten the relationship between the two countries to the pre-1990s.

“Should ill clouds occasionally appear on the horizon of our relations, they would be there only for the healing. And they must incite our mutual determination. The strengths of our diplomatic presence in each other’s capital can only be a factor for excellence,” he assured.

He said already, they have observed with optimism, the increased flow of businessmen and visitors of all categories between Liberia and Cameroon. Revealing the willingness of Cameroonian President Paul Biya to reawaken the pre-1990 relationship between Liberia and Cameroon, Ambassador Gang said the President has assured him of his enthusiasm for practical discussions on feasible modalities amongst others, the training of quality interpreters and translators in Cameron’s specialized institutes or for the deployment, in Liberia, of senior and seasoned, career professionals in strategic sectors.

“Our resistance to the threats of terrorism binds us together. Our commitment to the freedom of human endeavor makes us natural allies. So do the nature, structure and goals of our economies. Excellence must grow from such symbiosis,” he noted.

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