The new Liberia encompasses justice, equality, respect dignity and pride. We shall get there, but it is too early. I’m not provoking the merits and demerits of the law suit, however, it your inalienable right to seek legal redress as you deem it expedient. I strongly believe as mother of the nation it is quite explicit what moving Liberia forward entails. Peace and reconciliation should be the hallmark of national healing. There are more pressing and important national issues at stake than Woewiyu. The Liberian people know who Woewiyu is and there is no need to further dignify his deeds.
When former Interim President Amos C. Sawyer appeared on national radio during the hay days of IGNU, to participate in a weekly phone-in radio program called ISSUES WITH THE PRESIDENT, there were some Liberians who abuse the opportunity to engage the President positively. They resorted into slander and hostility. President Sawyer used his political ingenuity to rebuff them, thereby creating a more meaningful and amicable discussion. I’m in no way suggesting that you be like Dr. Sawyer, but use your experience and ignore those who would serve as distraction.
Eyes have seen and ears have heard that good has triumphed over evil. The voice of the people is the voice of God! In union strong success is sure, we will over all prevail.
Michael B. Bull
Auburn, Georgia, USA
The author is a social and political analyst who resides in Auburn, GA; and can be reached at email@example.com.