The vanguard Students Unification Party (SUP) at the University of Liberia (UL) wants religious leaders and all Liberians to pray for Representative Munah Pelham-Youngblood of Montserrado County electoral district nine.
The student grouping said it is important for everyone to offer sincere prayers for Representative Youngblood as she goes through a brief period of ailment.
Quoting one of the world’s famous evangelists Billy Graham regarding prayers, the students said it is good to pray in times of adversity.
In a statement issued Wednesday in Monrovia, SUP said it remains overly optimistic of Representative Pelham-Youngblood’s full restoration and recovery. “This astute and vocal Liberian female lawmaker will certainly rise above any form of infirmity. It is yet too soon for her mission to be over,” SUP said in a statement.
According to them, Representative Pelham-Youngblood who is a veteran of SUP has a lot to accomplish and will surely bounce back amidst public speculation.
“SUP wants to inform the public that Rep. Pelham-Youngblood is alive, and not dead as falsely speculated in some quarters,” the statement further said.
They reminded all that there is nothing too hard for God to do because he remains the impossibility specialist.
Meanwhile, speaking to a cross section of cadres and militants of SUP, Chairman Butu Levi frowned on ‘cynics and pessimists’ who are spreading falsehood and called on them to immediately desist.
Levi mandated all militants, cadres and veterans of SUP to fervently pray for comrade ideologue Pelham-Youngblood.
“Our Party is with comrade veteran Pelham-Youngblood. The best wish of SUP is for her to recover in full. We still remember and cherish her dedication to the Women Presidium of SUP yesteryear. Even on the national scene, this ideologue remains an enviable asset. Munah will come back to us stronger and better than ever before. Our prayers are with her,” Chairman Levi averred.