Traditional Council wants immediate intervention

Traditional Chief, Zanzan Kawah, has said Liberia’s traditional council and the inter-faith mediation committee have resolved to begin mediation to bring to an end the current political crisis in the Country.

Chief Kawah, leader of the National Traditional Council, said Liberia is shaking and unless an urgent intervention is made, the outbreak of a violent crisis is imminent.

Traditional Chief Kawah told a news conference on Wednesday, that a high level team of negotiators comprising the National Traditional Council of Chiefs and Elders, National Council of Churches, the National Muslim Council of Liberia and the office of the Peace Ambassador would soon intervene to abort the looming crisis.

Chief Kawa said before the negotiation commences, the team would first hold a meeting with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

The traditional chief has meanwhile warned Journalists against promoting the negative perception of Liberia returning to the dark days.

Chief Kawah has in the main time commended the Liberty Party and other political parties for seeking redress through the legal system.

By: Aaron Kubahn

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