The political landscape will be enhanced with the emergence of the Women’s Agenda for Leadership in Liberia (WALL) a new organization expected to be officially launched in Monrovia tomorrow Thursday, November 10.
According to a statement signed by Dr. Evelyn Kandakai and Mrs. Myrtle Gibson, both senior members of WALL, the organization will contribute to the country’s democratic process and provide women candidates support in the upcoming 2017 presidential and legislative elections. WALL also aims to encourage women to vote during the elections.
They two senior officials of WALL said the launch will witness a presentation by the Children’s Assembly in a panel discussion under the theme, “Liberian Women and Politics.”
Dr. Kandakai said the panelists will include Montserrado County Senator Geraldine Doe Sheriff; an executive of the National Patriotic Party, Nathaniel Barnes; Mrs. Andriennie Bloom-Salawahpue; and Montserrado County Representative Edward Forh in his position as HeforShe Coordinator at the Legislature.
The women extended their solidarity through WALL to Mrs. Hilary R. Clinton during yesterday’s U.S. Presidential elections.