“CDC’s Gov’t Lacks Leadership Ability”

-Rep. Barshell Discloses; As He urges Gradates Of the St.Paul Evangelical Lutheran School to Know Their Identity

By: Washington Tumay Watsononewash9@gamil.com

MONROVIA-Montserrado County District #3 Representative Ceebee  Barshell has described the Coalition for Democratic Change- (CDC) led Government as a group of people that lack leadership ability to govern.

The Unity Party Lawmaker said it was because of the lack of leadership skills on the part of the government to make a decision early morning to close business at Redlight including all entrances illegally.

Serving as guest speaker at the 17th Convocation and Graduation exercises of the St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran School located In Paynesville over the weekend,  the Collaborating political Party Lawmaker said,  it is only a government without direction to violate the rights of its citizens without using the rule of law.

“This Government lacks leadership ability, how will you block all of the entrances and close the business violating the rights to free movement and access to the people’s property without legal bases “, he indicated.

Rep. Barshell said the government is in the know that it is not leading the country in the right direction, something that prompted him to assure the Graduate of the St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran School and parents that comes 2023, the CPP  will take state power democratically to liberate the people of Liberia through the leadership of former Vice President Joseph Boakai.

According to him,  it is former vice President Boakai who will lead the CPP    to unseat the current government that is allowing the people of Liberia to face economic stagnation.

Rep. Barshell said such liberation can only become a reality when the people of Liberia including the graduates know their personal identity and the identity of those who are vying to lead the country.

According to him,  there is a need for young people especially those who are graduating from high school to become identify their ability to lead the country that is faced with leadership problems.

Bartell said the country can overcome such a problem if the youthful generation focuses on acquiring quality education without limitation, then Liberia will become a transformed nation.

He said this can only become visible under the leadership of former Vice President Joseph Boakai.

The Unity Party Lawmaker said, under the Joseph Boakai administration those corrupt government officials will account for the country’s money, mainly the alleged 16 billion and the US$25 million for the mop-up exercises.

The Montserrado County Lawmaker extolled the Administration of the St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran School for ensuring that the students acquire quality education.

He moreover committed his continual support to the institution to be financially and morally better but did not promise or donate to the school during the event.

Also speaking the Valedictorian of the graduating Class Nasee Johnson urged parents to pay key attention to their girl’s children education.

According to her,  the education of women or girls will develop a nation than just men and boys;  making reference to former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf who according to her, because of her education, was able to educate all of her children who are making an impact in the society and are not a liability.

She also admonished the young people especially those of the graduating class at the time not to be complacent with a diploma that they have obtained.

Johnson said obtaining a high school diploma is the basis for higher education as a means for them to be in the position to take on the leadership of the country in the future.

At the same time, the president of the Student Council Government  Augustine Paye in his farewell statement appreciated the administration and that of their parents for the level of support given them over the years that afforded them the opportunity to complete the required materials as a high school graduate.

He assured the school administrators and that of their parents that they will pursue higher education, stressing that obtaining such a diploma is not their bus stop.

Additionally,  in a massage the Principal of the St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran School   Pastor. Alfred Sondoe expressed gratitude to the members of the faculty and staff of the institute for their tireless efforts and courage that helped them overcome those many challenges that could have impeded them from reaching thus far.

He admonished them to continuously do their best in molding the minds of the country’s feature leaders.

“To you, the students, leaving the walls of ours today, please be informed that this is just the first step to the world and the beginning of your academic journey, do not feel that you have known all, choosing to be educated is the best choice in life, as it is the only gift that can be owned by one person.No one can take away what you have learned until death if you end high school today, do not be complacent, foster ahead “, he stressed.

Pastor Sandoe then extended appreciation to the parents for the commitment and support given both to their children and the school over the years.

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