‘Hard Work’ not ‘Hard Talk’
“Yes we can,” could be attributed to Obama’s message during periods of election campaigns. (Photo: President Ernest Bai Koroma)
Conversely, ‘hard work’ not ‘hard talk’ as summarized above is President Koroma’s self call to politicians of Sierra Leone.
The confident looking President held Parliamentarians for about three hours, telling them all the goodies he intends bringing to Sierra Leone and Sierra Leoneans.
Of course, the well of parliament was made to go clapping at the conclusion of every sentence in pages of statements of the President.
To Sierra Express, President Koroma’s warnings of politicians, if followed, have all it takes to make a turnaround for the country.
It is in the records that unscrupulous political folks have been used to talking hard and not working hard.
No wonder, governments in Europe and America progresses every minute, second, hour, day.
It is authentic to see people work hard and talk less. It is also faking to see people talking hard and do nothing.
No matter the condemnation that President Koroma has done nothing in his 36 months of governance; a thing we also share, it is but fitting that words as paraphrased “hard work” not “hard talk” must be inculcated by all if Sierra Leone is to grow.
Our standpoint: Sierra Leone was long destroyed and would not be built in five ten years time. Give him time!
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