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INTRO: Six years ago in the Liberian presidential elections slightly more than half of voters were women, giving rise to the first female president in Liberia and Africa. But with barely two months to go before elections women say the president shouldn’t take their vote for granted. From Monrovia, New Narratives fellow Fabine Kwiah reports.

Most women in the village of Memeh Town say they will vote for "Ellen" but a few here say she has not done anything to help them.

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