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Liberia: Presidential Candidate Sara Beysolow Promises Lasting Prosperity

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Ex-United Nations diplomat Sara Beysolow Nyanti now heading the African Liberation League in this year’s presidential election has vowed to transformed Liberia into a prosperous country should she win the vote on October 10.

With a distinguished track record as the head of the United Nations in nations such as Nepal and South Sudan, Nyanti outlined her vision for Liberia’s future, during her party’s campaign launch on September 23 in Monrovia.

She pledged to eradicate poverty, establish robust systems, and create opportunities, all firmly rooted in principles of fairness, equity, justice, inclusion, and meritocracy.

Nyanti’s rallying cry was simple yet profound: “Vote number 15 on October 10th, 2023.” In doing so, Liberians would not merely be casting their ballots; they would be casting their vote for five decades of collective experience in transforming nations.

The African Liberation League, a fast-growing political force, embodies a commitment to unity and the collective welfare of all people.

A vote for Nyanti and her running mate, Simeon Moribah, is a vote for the ideals of progress, unity, and a brighter future for Liberia.

Together, they stand ready to lead Liberia toward prosperity, just as Nyanti has done for nations across the globe.

Come October 10th, 2023, Liberia has the opportunity to choose a path toward a brighter, more prosperous future.

A vote for Sara Beysolow Nyanti and the African Liberation League is a vote for a Liberia that stands tall and proud among nations, an embodiment of hope, transformation, and unity.

Madame Nyanti further noted that Liberia, the oldest African nation, poised for a historic election on October 10th, 2023.

Nyanti’s vision extends far beyond the nation’s borders but stresses the critical role Liberia has to play in the process, being the oldest African independent nation.

Drawing on her impressive tenure as the former United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal and South Sudan, Nyanti highlighted her role in establishing sustainable systems that reduced poverty and ushered in progress in various nations worldwide.

These efforts spanned areas such as quality healthcare delivery, education, infrastructure development, and economic prosperity.

Nyanti’s promise to Liberia is clear: her leadership, in collaboration with her running mate Simeon Moribah, will introduce similar initiatives to elevate Liberia’s status on the global stage.

The African Liberation League (ALL) seeks to bring unity and progress, not only to Liberia but to the entire African continent.

Madame Nyanti’s conviction is unwavering: “If Liberia gets it right on October 10th, 2023, by voting wisely, the rest of Africa will follow suit.”

Her vision extends far beyond the borders of Liberia, offering a beacon of hope for the continent’s future.

As the election date approaches, Liberia stands at a crossroads.

The choice is clear: a vote for Sara Beysolow Nyanti and the ALL is a vote for a future marked by prosperity and poverty eradication, not just in Liberia but throughout the African continent.

Nyanti’s track record and unwavering commitment to transformation make her a candidate worth considering as Liberia takes its next historic step.


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