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The Woman Who Was Sentenced To 10yrs Imprisonment, But Came Out To Become President Of Her Country

Some persons have been condemned to jail but have since been released and have become even more popular than they were before they were sentenced to prison. Most of us are aware that some of them were released from prison and went on to become president of their respective countries. Have you heard of the lady who was put to jail but subsequently got out to become the president of her country? Do you know who she is?


As a result of her tireless efforts to obtain the post, she became extremely famous and well-known throughout her home nation. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia was released from jail in 2006 and went on to become the country's president. According to sources, she was sentenced to ten years in jail for insulting and using derogatory language towards the then-incumbent president of Liberia at the time of her arrest.


The Liberian leader Ellen Sirleaf said that she was an independent politician who wished to liberate the people of her nation. Following her conviction, a number of individuals petitioned the court on her behalf to get her freed from jail. After a worldwide letter was submitted in support of her release, she was allowed to leave prison. After being released from jail, she did not abandon her ambitions of becoming President of the United States.


According to sources, she was sentenced to prison for a second time and was freed a short time after that date. She went on to run for president of the country, and, to her great relief, she won the election, becoming the first female president in Liberia and the whole continent of African history. She is regarded as the first African female president, and she worked really hard to achieve this position.

From 2006 until 2018, she served as president of Liberia, a position she held for 12 years. According to sources, she is regarded as one of Liberia's finest presidents since the country's inhabitants praised her for her leadership. Thank you for reading, and please consider like, sharing, and following me.

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