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Lessons and Reflections on the Past Present and the Future from Liberia



  • Presidential Candidate – Liberian National Elections 1997;

Ticket of the All Liberian Coalition Party – ALCOP. Declared 3rd among 13 Presidential Candidates, but Party protested results of elections as "bogus"; Participated also in 2005 Presidential Elections - Party won majority of Legislative Seats in Lofa County 



  • Represented Liberia as Member of Collective Presidency to Non-Aligned Movement Heads of State Summit, Cataegna, Colombia, 1996


  • Keynote Speaker, Special Session of the UN Security Council -
    In  capacity as member of the Collective Presidency of Liberia, New York February 1996


  • Negotiator / Signatory, Liberian ECOWAS-sponsored Peace Accords

Akosombo, Accra, Cotonou, Geneva, Abuja - 1993-1997



  • Special Presidential Envoy of Liberia to King Hassan II

On the issue of the Western Sahara

Rabat, Morocco October 1989

  • Member of Liberian Delegations - OAU, ECOWAS, UN and Bilateral meetings (1976-1990)


  • Associate, European Institute for the Media

University of Manchester, England, 1984


  • Member Board of Trustees – University of Liberia, 1988



  • Member, Liberian Bar Association


  • Commissioned Major, Armed Forces of Liberia, 1984 



Sports & Community Affairs

  • President – Barrolle Sports Association – Soccer Champions of Liberia 1985-87

  • National Chairman – Committee for the Success of the National Soccer Team –Lone Star – 1988 World Cup Preliminary Series – led to defeat of Ghana, Egypt and Malawi

  • Martial Arts: 2nd Degree, Black Belt – Taekwando, Washington DC 1981

  • Chief Patron: Liberian Martial Arts Association: 1982-1984

  • Secretary General – Press Union of Liberia- 1975-76

  • President, Lofa County Citizens Association of the Washington DC Metropolitan Area – 1982

  • President, Lofa University Student Association, University of Liberia, 1976

  • President, Monrovia Hi-Y Council, YMCA, 1973

  • Cadet Corps Commander, St. Patrick’s High School, Monrovia, 1973

  • Has Visited 67 Countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas and the Middle East