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Justice Gladys K Johnson: "Grand father's are waging war against their Grandchildren."

                                                        Berenice Mulubah April 13, 2015 | 7:00

Artist Benji Cavalli and Mr. Gonlee at the Spread Your Lappa event
 
On April 11, 2015 Spread Your Lappa Against Rape in Liberia Awareness campaign kicked off in Philadelphia PA and Trenton New Jersey.  The campaign was scheduled to be held in Monrovia as well.  Unfortunately, because of poor planning, the event didn't happen in Monrovia.
 
Justice Gladys K Johnson

 
At the forum in Philadelphia, Justice Gladys K Johnsons referred to the rape crisis in Liberia as "Grand father's are waging war against their Grandchildren."
Owns Johnson Tuazama

 
The Motivational Speaker Owen Johnson Tuazama also stressed that WE MUST FIGHT back as a Community because this is a COMMUNITY ISSUE!
 
Among those who attended were author Nvasekie Konneh, socialite Choicy Di, author Perry Mulubah Sr, artist Benji Cavalli, artist Alfani Douki, artist Douk De Lib, Liberian Star View CEO Augustina Kou Monpleh, Abby Tyler,Li and many more. 
According to the organizer, Berenice Mulubah, the event on April 11, 2015 was just a wake call for a bigger and massive awareness on the issue of rape prevention in Liberia. 
 

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