Hundreds to Grace This Year’s World Peace Day


Monrovia, Liberia

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The Perspective
Atlanta, Georgia

September 22, 2004

Hundreds of Liberians and foreign residents are expected to grace this year’s World Peace Day Celebration. The day will be celebrated across the globe today, Tuesday.

This year’s event which has its theme: “Share the Hope!! Pass the Peace,” is organized by USAID in collaboration with the Liberian Transition Initiative (LTI).

Already, massive preparations befitting the event are underway. The occasion takes place at the Centennial Memorial Pavilion on Ashmun Street, starting 2:00 Post Meridian.

According to the organizers of this year’s celebration, among dignitaries expected to attend the program include, Acting NTGL chairman, Wesley Momo Johnson; Speaker of the NTLA, George Dweh, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Cllr. Henry Reed Cooper; and American Ambassador to Liberia, John W. Blaney.

Others include, Cabinet ministers, NTLA members, members of the Judiciary, Civil Society Organizations, representatives of NGOs, political parties, youth, the Liberian public in general and other stakeholders in the Liberian peace process.

Activities to commemorate the event include music, drama, poetry and poem recital.

Meanwhile, others expected to perform include, Amb. Maron D. Cassell, the Flomo Theater Production, Children Peace Club, Liberian Cultural Troop, Evangelical Mass Choir, Full Gospel Mass Choir, Liberia Movies Union and Evangelist John Sheriff.

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