For me this is progress. When I was a student of Public Policy and Diplomacy at the Australian National University, we articulated issues regarding integration and development. I remembered leading a diverse High Distinction team from five countries around the world in my Program Management Class. We developed a railway connectivity project for ECOWAS States and named it ECORail. This was a dream to support economic integration in the region. During our analysis, we talked about single currency to aid the process and we talked about small business loans. We however found some complexities between francophone and Anglophone countries but we believe that the general nature of this problem is taken care of by the current membership of ECOWAS. We will be happy if the rail project is thought of as we deepen the integration. Bravo to all heads of states for this bold step. The point of deliberation now is: Liberia, how do we benefit from this?
I wished it was named Eco-money
Patience Coleman Beyan, Chief Executive Ambassador (CEA) writes