Outspoken Cleric Blames Liberia’s Leadership on Weak Administration Which Gives Rise to Numerous Uncertainties

One of Liberia’s outspoken Clerics is blaming the leadership of the country for its failure to be decisive in handling national crisis such as the current existence of the Ebola Virus which has taken hundreds of lives.

Speaking to reporter over the weekend in Monrovia, Pastor Oliver S. Kpaan, Jr., in a rather frustrated state of mind also blamed those in power for not seeking the interest Liberian people who he said voted them in power including the presidency.

Pastor Kpaan, Overseer of the Apostolic Outreach Assemblies of Jesus Christ, Inc. which is the parent body of the churches (Life Tabernacle) also blamed some officials I the Liberian Government who had earlier refused to close borders between Liberia and neighboring countries during the early discovering of the Ebola Virus.

He said these officials he refused to named said the closure of these borders were not necessary because according to them their closure were going to impose hardship on the Liberian people, because these countries were the source of foodstuffs including pepper and other edible items.

He said if the Liberian Government had earlier taken precaution to close these borders the increase in the deaths of Liberians would not have come to disastrous proportion.

He then called on the country leadership including its leadership to be decisive in taken action on those who refused to seeking the interest of their people.

In a related development, the Liberian has finally closed its border with neighboring Countries including Sierra Leone and Guinea.

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