2. release to the press (for publication) within
“say” thirty days after assuming office,
all investigative reports conducted and or complied
by government, the United Nations and or any other
competent authority, during the tenure of the TBAs;
3. appoint a commission, made up of reputable persons, within “say” thirty days after assuming office, which will be charged with holding public hearings which will review all agreements and or contracts entered into by the Bryant administration which extend beyond the tenure of said administration, and
4. attempt, through all legal means, to secure the return of funds, and or government properties (or the value of same) misappropriated during the tenure of the TBAs.
If Liberia is to progress, the next administration
must demonstrate strength of charter, honesty, and
fearlessness. If not, Liberia will continue to remain
at the “bottom of the barrel”, a failed
“play-play” city-state unable to generate
jobs, development, respect and or peace.
The country and its people have suffered abuse for too long and must not forget nor allow it to happen again. Remember, and never forget, God helps those, who first help themselves. Liberians can and must do better and must not allow themselves to be condemned to a continued state of hopeless because of a conspiracy of silence which will benefits only those who have abused or plan to abuse the Liberian people..