Never in the history of Liberia has the been an urgency for generational empowerment as consequential as it is now. For too long the future of young people has been buried in trenches by pranksters who have set the stage for their personal benefits at the expense of the future of 60% of our country's population. Our country has suffered a perpetual brain drain not because of the absence of talents or creativity but because of the lack of a strategic foundation for tapping in the rich talents of the youth of Liberia. This inveterate act of marginalization has underpinned illiteracy in our society and helped to embitter these disenfranchised group of people.  
After 15 years of brutal and senseless civil conflict, Liberia has turned a new page under the stewardship of Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The postwar administration has revitalized our atrophied economic and political system thus renewing the hopes of our people and making Liberia once again a cynosure of good governance. Debt relief, institutional reforms, development in the public sectors are amongst the new westerly tides blowing towards Liberia.
As new thinkers, we are but now looking ahead of Liberia's future. With few young people now in the mainstream of national leadership and several others attaining higher education, it brings to bear a "Post-Ellen Strategy". What happens to Liberia after Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in 2017? This is a tough question to nudge. Whether we are on similar page for 2017 or you go with 2011, we need to start discussing this question with a great degree of perspicacity for the soonest the better for the stability and sustainability of our fledgling democracy. 

Many of us are pushing for empowering many young folks like Stephen Reuben Johnson, Checago Bright Sawo, Julius Suku, Acarous M. Gray, Boakai Jalieba, Kanio Bai Gbala, Karmo Ville, Patrick Mbayo, Darlington Smith, Mohammed A. Dukuly, Kimmie Weeks, Wilmot Smith, Benjamin Sanvee, Meapeh Gono, Seltue Karweaye, Piso Saydee-Tarr, Alfred Jah Johnson, Moriah Yeakula, Percy Harris, Saye-Maye Cole and scores of others to serve strategic positions in parliament and various sectors of national government. 
This new strategy we believe, will help to bolster a strong working force of bureaucrats and technocrats that will continue smoothly when this current generation shall have exited the stage.
Like the astute American Statesman, Daniel Webster put it
saliently" If we work upon marble it will perish. If we work upon brass time will efface it. If we rear temples they will crumble to dust. But if we work upon men's immortal minds, if we imbue them with high principles, if the just fear of God and love of their fellow men, we engrave those tablets something which no time can efface, and will brighten and brighten to all eternity"

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