Liberian election raises hope for strong institutions and democracy in Africa

Senator Shehu Sani tweets:
“The election that led to the defeat of Liberia’s President Weah and the victory of Boakai is much more than just another election.

The election was reportedly credible, transparent, peaceful and without hesitation, George Weah conceded and congratulated the winner, despite the slim margin of victory.


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Liberia has cast a light in a region nearly enveloped by the darkness of military coups, controversial elections and endless political hostilities.

Liberian election is a lesson in civility and a message of hope.

Liberia is the new moral compass of the subregion.

Liberia rose from the ashes of a civil war and has now become a tree of political tolerance and decency in West Africa.

There was a time we rescued and saved Liberians from themselves and now they are doing the same to us.

Congratulations to Joseph Boakai for the victory and kudos to the outgoing President, George Weah for the demonstration of such an unwavering act of statesmanship, Sportsmanship and patriotism.

George Weah should be in the A-team league of Nigeria’s former President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and I hope history and posterity will be kind to him”.

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