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Political Repast?

-Wondered Pundits Over Morlu’s Vivid X-rayed Of Weah’s Gov’t And Its functions

 Shortly after the Chairman of the Congress of Democratic Change (CDC), Mr. Mulbah K. Morlu unleashed his bombshell about the functions, operations and dismay of the party since its inception to state power close to two years, pundits are radically pondering if the ruling regime is not presiding over what they referred to as “political repast”?

According to some pundits whose views were solicited by this paper concerning their take on the deliberation authored by Chairman Morlu Tuesday. December 10, 2019 most of them noted that there must be a reason for the Chairman to stretch his voice so loud that did not exempt party’s heavyweights, mainly the amassing of fabulous wealth in a short period of time.

They also pointed out that the reflection of a political repast suggests to them of the all the fun and games played by the previous government, and the total refusal of the current administration to firstly conduct t a comprehensive audit which would have given it (present regime) a clean sheet to commence its operations, has landed it to equally preside over the political repast left on the table of time, challenges and blame.

As a sober justification, they are now calling for the comprehensive audit of the previous administration, because of the woes being confronted with by this government is squarely the makings of the past leadership, something pundits also sense as too belated, and wondered why was that not done from the onset.

Morlu who also heads the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change did not miss his words when he lashed out at those lack the CDC’s therapy and are only sycophantically warming the seats of government by being underachievers; thereby ordered for a major reshuffle at the senior level in government in order to make way for CDC’s diehard partisans and supporters to ensure that the goals and objectives of the party are realized.

Morlu conceded that “it is embarrassing and shameful for the socio-economic disparity to continue to widen between the haves and have-nots, while we are expected to remain silent.”

He added that the CDC cannot and will not remain silent if the problems it stood against yesterday begin to resurface in the governance corridors of today.

According to him, “we cannot forget so soon that the existence of this government is a product of the many years of sacrifice, commitment and selfless resilience of millions of ordinary Liberians who simply desire good governance and a departure from the political excesses of the past.”

Being cognizant of the plethora (overabundance) of challenges across the country, our people still remain hopeful that we will rise to seize the moment and make the difference for them and the country, adding“let us 00not let the people down,” Morlu declared.TNR

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