“Liberia Problem is a Foundational Problem” – Says Representative Cole
Bong County Electoral District#3 Representative, Marvin Cole says President George M. Weah is not responsible for the economic deficit Liberians are going through in Country, adding that it is foundational problem.
It has been wide speculated in every quarter of the country that the economic hardship is being caused by President Weah Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity Development government in Liberia.
But contrary to the accusation, Representative Cole, said the problem in the country is not with President George M. Weah, but a foundational problem.
The Bong County Electoral District#3 Lawmaker further underscored the need for Liberian to take ownership of the Country.
According to the tough-talking Bong County Lawmaker, he told the whole world that the problem in Liberia is not with President Weah, but it is foundational problem, adding listen to the radio in morning people are insulting leaders in the Country.
The lonely Coalition Lawmaker in the County said no decent or well-brought out person will just take his/her phone call on national platforms and raise insult on their leaders.
“I was in the County here when I told people or some leaders that they were corrupt, I was not insulting them, but I said they were corrupt and there is no other word for corruption. I said these individuals were corrupt because I was having proof if they would have taken me to court in the county.
But nowadays if you listen to the radio you heard people abusing leaders anyhow, go on the Social Media these unscrupulous homoerotic undress women and post their photos,” Rep. Cole stressed.
He empathized that how can Liberia develop with this kind of system, maintaining that it is a foundational problem.
The Bong County lawmaker is encouraging citizens, especially young people of the Country to disengage from such hobby and think positively about their Country in turn of development.
Additionally, the Representative said maneuvering can scare investors away from doing investing the country.
The Bong County lawmaker made the statement on June 15, 2019, in Gbarnga during the induction ceremony of officers elect of the Federation of Road Transport Union of Liberia Bong County branch.