Liberia Touched By The Sincerity Of A Liberian Teenager

 The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) says it is deeply touched by the sincerity of a Liberian Teenager who found and returned over more than 50 thousand United States Dollars to its rightful owner. A statement from the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission quotes the Executive Chairperson Cllr. Edwin Kla Martin as saying Emmanuel Tuloe demonstrated great citizenship and has presented himself as a role model for all Liberian youths.
The LACC Executive Chairperson said the Country’s anti-corruption office will collaborate with other stakeholders in finding a special place for Mr. Tuloe in the overall fight against corruption and building of integrity among young people in the country.
Cllr. Martin said 19year old Tuloe’s action is in clear agreement with the LACC’s students’ integrity program for the building of a future of discipline public servants.
The LACC statement says the Executive Chairperson will dispatch a team to meet Emmanuel Tuloe and his parents in a village in Nimba and express the LACC’s gratitude for the sincerity shown.

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