After reports circulated that he was involved in an accident on Armed Forces Day, Grand Bassa’s superintendent Janjay Baikpeh has confirmed that he was not in the vehicle.
The Armed Forces of Liberia could not practically repel attacks mounted by Guinea, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, or other regional countries, not to mention countries with highly equipped militaries. Think about this – if Liberia were to be attacked right now by another country, we would not, in all seriousness, depend on our army to protect us. Instead, we would appeal to the United States, ECOWAS, or the United Nations, to help us or levy sanctions against that country.
In light of today’s celebration of Armed Forces Day, the Liberia Electricity Corporation has changed its power outage plan for the weekend.