Liberia Participates in African Land Forces Summit

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AFL's COS & counterparts from Libya & Kenya

High-ranking officials of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) are currently participating in the 2018 edition of the African Land Forces Summit taking place at a transcontinental hotel in Abuja, Nigeria.

A release from the Liberian Embassy in Abuja said the Chief of Army Staff of the AFL Major General Prince C. Johnson, III, heads the Liberian delegation.

Other members of the delegation are Lieutenant colonel Nyankun Williams and Command Sergeant Major Cooper Manqueh.

In its sixth edition, the 2018 African Land Forces Summit is being co-hosted by the Nigerian and United States armies.
According to the release, this year’s theme is “Unity is Strength: Combating Africa’s Security Challenges.”

The summit is from 16-19th 2018. Several chiefs of army staff and high-ranking military officers from various African countries are in attendance.

According to the release, the African Land Forces Summit provides an important venue where participants from the African continent will have candid discussions, share experiences and lessons learned, discuss and develop cooperative solutions and solidify relationships.

“Liberia stands to benefit from partnership and relationships with other countries, as well as share experiences on how some countries are combating security challenges and the way forward, most importantly, networking,” Liberia’s Chief of Army Staff Major General Johnson said of the Summit.

The 2018 Summit is Liberia’s second participation, the first being the last edition in Malawi where now Defense Minister, then Chief of Army Staff Daniel Dee Ziahkahn, Jr., represented the country.

The Summit’s maiden edition took place in the American cities of Washington, D.C., and Fort Benning, Georgia, in 2010. Since then, subsequent editions have been held on the African continent, including the 2012 edition in Kampala, Uganda.

Others have included the 2015 edition in Dakar, Senegal, the 2016 edition in Arusha, Tanzania, the 2017 edition in Lilongwe, Malawi and now the 2018 edition being held in Abuja, Nigeria.

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  1. the land should be divide to all liberian i thinks this is the right thing to do a lot of us we do not have place to stay why not do that for our people today this world is here for all of us our people work hard to raise us and so we should help one another help is good if you help someone someone will help you

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