A conference to gather political leaders to discuss the future of Liberia and the conduct of violent free elections is expected to kick up on August 25, 2017. The church of Liberia under the auspices of Turning Point Liberia is bringing church leaders and political leaders to discuss the way forward in these elections. The Head of Turning Point Liberia Bishop Jonathan Foxx is calling political leaders to use this opportunity to interface with the church. “This is to evaluate their moral and spiritual values, which we believe will grant us as community of Christian believers the insight to make a Godly and wise decision come October, for the first time in the history of Liberia, Church leaders have surface to address issues pertaining to the General elections.”
“Over the years, the Christian community had been silent when it comes to certain national events which are considered extreme and out of the scope for churches. This time around, things appear a little different,” Bishop Foxx said.
Bishop Foxx cautioned political leaders to run is violent free election and should be willing to accept the outcome of the result adding that NEC should conduct free and fair elections.
“Election violence has been a message we have propagating, if a winner is declared other people should except, we have fragile peace and we do not want any commotion and stir up on the other hand we are cautioning the election commission to be fair and free in this elections,” Bishop Foxx added