The outgoing President of the Liberia National Bar Association Cllr. Taiwan Gongloe has promised to bring major reforms to the Public sector if elected as President of Liberia.
The Liberian lawyer speaking over the weekend in Nimba County when he accepted a petition to contest the 2023 elections, promised to weed Liberia of corruption and promote freedom of Speech.
He promised to dismiss public officials who are found liable for violating the laws of the country, and those who disrespect law enforcement officers or interfere with their job and to encourage transparency in the judiciary sector, thereby seeking to promote lasting peace in the country.
He also promised when elected, he will ensure an end to the exportation of raw wood or log from the country, therefore, encouraging the manufacturing of products in Liberia that will ensure that Liberia becomes food sufficient.