“The Choice Is Yours…” President Koroma tells worshipers
President Ernest Bai Koroma over the weekend said the future of entrusting those with the symbol of leadership in the position of trust, rests in the hands of the people of this country. (Photo: HE President Ernest Bai Koroma)
The president made this statement whilst fellowshipping with the Winners Chapel International on Sunday September 23th, at back-of-Pademba Road Prison, Freetown. Whilst addressing God’s congregation, the President intimated to all present that the nation had come a long way in sustaining peace and tranquility, which he says he inherited from his predecessor, and he urged all to keep the peace and pray that the spirit of peace be upheld before and even after the elections slated for November.
The president thanked his fellow countrymen for what he described as their hard earned effort in sustaining religious tolerance, peace, and perfecting its young democracy which he says has not been the case in many other nations of the world. He asked the body of Christ to join his government in prayers for divine wisdom from the Lord to lead and guide the nation in the right direction.
Ernest Bai Koroma maintained that his government has been heralded as the first in the history pages of the country of having a clean slate of non-political prisoners, and on-imprisonment of journalists in his entire five years reign in office. He furthered to say that the decision of electing those in office is the exclusive decision of the electorates, but stressed that as they choose their candidate, let all put on their thinking caps by making the wisest decision that will reflect on the nation.
The president left with the message of peace and the instrument of perfecting our democracy, which he says we must play politics at the appointed hour of political wind and embrace the spirit of nationalism after the echoing moment of making our choice as the nation is bigger than self.
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