Justice Minister Christiana Tah has expressed frustration over current happenings in the country, saying the Liberia she works in today seems to be a nation of anger. "I grew up in Liberia, and I completed high school before I travelled to study. And the Liberia I work in right now and the experiences I have really don't represent the Liberia I used to know. "I grew up in a very happy Liberia, with very happy people, with very kind and hospitable people. And the Liberia I am in right now, seems to be very angry," she said. Minister Tah made the statement Friday when she delivered a remark at the C. Cecil Denis Auditorium during the formal closing ceremony of the Training of Trainers (ToT) conflict resolution training organized by the Angie Brooks International Centre and the United Nations Training Institute (UNITAR). More than 20 participants from various communities and backgrounds in Liberia received certificates for successfully completing the conflict resolution training.