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Accountability Lab-Liberia launches 'Vote Awareness Campaign'

(L-R) British Ambassador Belgrove, with Accountability Lab country director Lansana and Rapper Henry Toe at a press conference
Accountability Lab-Liberia last Friday launched a music video titled, “Whom to Vote For,”  aiming to reach Liberians in all parts of the country, educating them about their right to vote and how to properly utilize their votes to reverse the poor representation and leadership they had experienced in the past. 

Mr. Lansana, the Resident Country Director of Accountability Lab stated that  Accountability Lab-Liberia saw it expedient to begin the awareness through music because any decision made during election will have an effect on the country and the electorate.
“We have used Henry A. Toe, one of Liberia’s popular Hip-Co Ambassadors, to produce music on corruption; and seeing the need to sensitize voters in the coming elections, we also contacted his team to produce “Whom to Vote For” in our colloquial that everyone will understand, because any decision that will be made tomorrow will affect all of us,” Lansana said.
This project is one of a series of public advocacy programs Accountability Lab-Liberia has undertaken since it started operations in the country a few years ago.

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