Why must we fight?
Compatriots meaning well for Sierra Leone are very concerned over the situations that lead to the curfew in Bo and Kenema, while anticipating that these ugly situations will be placed under control by the various security apparatus in the country amicably.
Compatriots are advised not to contribute to any form of violence or violence plans and any knowledge of subversive activities must be reported to the appropriate authorities.
Compatriots must not forget that this nation is barely rising from the ashes of war so seeds of discord must not be nurtured that may lead us to our ugly past.
Compatriots must not use obscene invectives or provocative language directed to fellow compatriots because of political victory; a victory that belongs to each and every Sierra Leonean.
Compatriots must realize that Sierra Leone is one nation and the people are one people so if the nation suffers we suffer together, and if the nation develops we develop together as Sierra Leoneans, why must we fight?
Compatriots must acknowledge that ‘DEMOCRACY’ does not allow all of us to be of the same political party or ideology, so you have a right to a choice which means you can choose this and I can choose that, it is a right. Why must we fight?
Compatriots must also realize that tribalism in our society is a recipe for chaos so adopting it in our society is arrant nonsense and must not be encouraged because our ethnic groups have no barrier for each other when it comes to choice in marriages so inter-marriage spells it all that we are one people, be wise.
Compatriots must at this time put aside all politicking and get prepared to go to work as there is a lot of work to be done for Mama Salone as the APC’s political victory is every Sierra Leonean’s victory.
This is why we have repeated the word compatriots so that all of us will be reminded of our responsibility to our beloved motherland.
Why must we fight? Be wise, LONTA!!
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