By Moco McCaulay
Notwithstanding 9 years of peace, Liberia is a nation still struggling to recover from 14 years of a brutal civil war, which ended in 2003. Over 250,000 persons died in the country’s brutal civil war, which gained international notoriety for the pervasive use of child soldiers by all sides involved in the conflict.
As the Liberian people now struggle to find meaningful reconciliation and to overcome their nation’s bloody fratricidal past, this is a story about one former Liberian warlord personal efforts to build up lives after destroying so many others, as he attempts to reconcile his brutal past in his poverty-stricken nation.
Click on the image below to watch a short movie about his efforts to do some good in his nation.