Charles Julu Confesses?


By Obadiah Karnah



Monrovia, Liberia

Distributed by

The Perspective
Atlanta, Georgia

PostedSeptember 19, 2006


What many see as a prelude to the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and in fulfillment to a Biblical saying that “true confession is good for the soul” seems to be unfolding as a one time army general in the deposed regime of the late Samuel Doe, Charles Julu, has reportedly taken a center stage in confessing his sins committed in the Liberia civil imbroglio.

Disclosing this to The FORUM recently, a senior mother of the Center Street Branch of the Lord Aladura Elizabeth N.Z. Golden said retired Brigadier General Julu is said to have confessed his evil doings committed during and after the NDPL regime.

According to Mrs. Golden, she has expressed satisfaction over the manner in which the AFL former Brigadier General confessed publicly after allegedly working closely with Satan during 20 years of political wrangling in the country.

The 1983 attack on a City Bank in Yekepa allegedly by some members of the former AFL and the 1985 Quiwonkpa invasion were some instances the former Brigadier General claimed to have taken part.
The Center Street Aladura Church prophetess told The FORUM that during General Julu’s confession at the church, he laid prostrate on the floor and asked for God’s forgiveness for those things he did in the country from 1983-1993.

Prophetess Golden quoted General Julu as saying that at the time he did not know what he was doing. She said General Julu told the congregation that never again he would form part of any evil to divide war-ravaged Liberians.

Madam Golden said she welcomed the retired General’s confession ahead of the national hearings slated to be conducted by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and lauded him for putting behind those vices that have disintegrated the Liberian society for too long.

The Aladura Church senior prophetess indicated that following the confession of General Julu, Apostle Davis Alloysius Green thanked God for reaching General Julu to the house of God to confess his wrong doings hoping that all those who took part in the civil crisis from 1980 onward should get to other churches and confess.

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