As the suffering of Liberians continue to increase following the pronouncement of the bankruptcy of National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL), an institutions many expressed hope that it would have brought wealth to them, a Liberian based in the United States, Mr. Abraham Keita has added his voice.
In a dispatch, Mr. Abraham Keita appealed to the Liberian Government not to reward those who spearheaded the bankruptcy of NOCAL, noting that if it is done it will help to create embarrassment and sinfulness to the country and its value.
He said Liberia today is underdeveloped due to the uncivilized attitude of the Country previous leadership who gave in to those whose intent was to only enrich themselves, stressing, “This country is one of underdeveloped country in the world today. Let us look at other countries that are making progress in development, including peace, love, and help in the eradication of corruption and Bessemer” Mr. Keita in the dispatch noted.
Mr. Keita, the Founder and Chief Executive of Condo Reconciliation Group Incorporated Officer in Liberia in the dispatch from United States, called on the Government of Liberia, and also called on the Government to thoroughly investigate those who were in the helm of power at the National Oil Company of Liberia during and prior to its bankruptcy.
He further urged his fellow compatriots back home to be law abiding, and thread the line of lasting peace that they have over the years been yearning for, stressing, “Liberia is for all Liberians let us work harder to regain its status amongst the comity nations by doing those things that will bring about lasting unity amongst our people,” Mr. in the dispatch noted.
He praised the international community, including the United Nations, the World Health Organization (WHO) the Center for Disease Control (CDC) of the United States, ECOWAS, and other humanitarian organizations who helped in the timely eradication of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) from the face of Liberia, and other West African Countries, Guinea and Sierra Leone that are also striving to be set freed.
The EVD took the lives of over 6,000 people, with Liberia loosing 2530, while Guinea and Sierra Leone is battling out with this deadly virus.