MCSS Students Challenge Liberians

By Victor C. Hanson, Jr. (Cub Reporter)

The Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS) has urged all Liberians to remain peaceful and assist in providing security for national prosperity.

In an interview with the team’s orator and President of Tubman High School, Yanquoi Mulbah, he said it seems necessary to welcome President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for the great work that she has done within Liberia and that students want to show their gratitude toward her performance within the country.

Student Mulbah added that the step-down issue is seen as a tactic to discredit the peace in the country and that there are indeed some youths who are poised to cause havoc in the country at any time.

He called on every Liberian to please desist from violence and that there should be democratic change in the minds of students.

Mulbah said students should now carry the torch of peace as a sign that change has come to Liberia and never find rest until this peace is maintained by every household for the betterment of the country.

Student Mulbah stated further that any nation that embraces peace or democratic change after a situation of war would always experience problem especially when that nation is going into a new revolution.