No Shortage Of Professionals In Liberia -Urey Alarms; Wants Weah To Practice Open Leadership

President George M. Weah has been challenged to take a critical look in and around his administration, and swallow his pride and make some drastic, radical and robust changes in government to reflect some fresh hope and trust in the governance system currently dying and unable to get the economy working as expected by all including the professionals.

In swallowing his pride to effect the changes most needed, Weah must without hesitation, take it very seriously that the country is dying, the governance system under his leadership is saddled with too many incompetent elements occupying cardinal positions who do not even know the inner workings of government; cronyism and political corruption coupled with sweeping impunity for perpetrators continue, to overwhelm the rule of law and due process; and the praise-singers including blind loyalists and sycophants   are among the elements draining productivity rapidly.

According to the Political Leader of the All Liberian Party (ALP), Mr. Benoni W. Urey, there is no shortage of professionals in Liberia rather what is most needed from President Weah is inclusion and to do this, he will to close his eyes to pity, institute some major and key changes in his regime; weed out all the dead weights that are stalling the function and realization of productivities; revisit his style of governance to resolve the abject poverty plaguing most of the people; work much harder on his leadership strategies and prioritize the supreme interests of the state and people from now onward.

Speaking to newsmen on Thursday, June 17, 2021 at his Lonestar office in Monrovia, Mr. Urey indicated that political corruption is rapidly destroying the fabrics of the society under Weah’s government with no demonstrated action to contain it due to the lack of the political will-power, that even the Chief , Cllr. Francis S. Korkpor has openly declared that the judges are corrupted, also indicted the government much more and  confirmed what is being said in the public glare about no justice for the poor person; instead justice is out for the higher bidders.

Touching on the bad shape the economy is struggling in and continues to perform very dismally has vividly shown because it is in the hands of people who do not know how and what makes an economy works; thereby resulting into prices of commodities skyrocketing to include water, electricity and petroleum products, and with the problem government has with leadership, corruption has escalated unimaginably.

-Writes GDJ

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