THE LIBERIAN NATION has gone through 158 years since independence, but
could hardly boast of the vibrancy and reality of social, political or economic
ITS POLITICIANS SPEAK and blow the horn of rhetorics, while the foundation
of state governance that has to do with the firmness of law, education and
patriotism exist at very low ebb.
ALTHOUGH RICH IN natural resources, poverty remains the common denominator
of the state and people while political corruption beset its existence at
IN THE FACE of this, the international community has dispatched experts
to work with us aimed at resurrecting the “failed state.”
SOME MAY CALL them angels, but what remains clear is that no one can do
it better than Liberians themselves because domestic patriotism, if not
solid and organized, external patriotism can not work.
WE THEREFORE NEED to work, devise new strategies, hold together in unity,
and give Liberia a new face in terms of good road net work, sound educational
system, and sound economic programs while prioritizing the interest of the
LET’S REMEMBER, the common Liberian saying that the respect given
a horse depends upon the way it is treated by the owner.
In short, no one is expected to grow Liberia’s children sincerely
and faithfully, protect its sovereignty, and maximize satisfaction amongst
its people other than patriotic Liberian sons and daughters.
WE BELIEVE GOD’S blessings are already hovering over the nation,
but what is pathetic is that evil men continue to block them.
THAT IS WHY WE need wise and patriotic people who would see the people through
the eyes of God following election.