SLPP Party is on Fire! An Advice to President Julius Maada Bio!!
By Angry SLPP Supporter (21/05/18)
Good Morning Mr. President, it is true that power comes from God but don't forget that He uses people to bring it to fulfilment.
It could have been someone else, if God did not use people like Dr. Prince Harding, Dr. Abass Bundu and others who stood their ground for you to be the President today. It was Dr. Prince Harding who took the bold step to declare on a radio broadcast that the SLPP doesn't need another flagbearer because they already had one in the person of Rtd. Brig. Julius Maada Bio.
He was the one who pioneered the change of the SLPP constitution to pave way for you to have a 2nd chance to contest for the flagbership when people like Alpha Timbo, Alie Bangura, I. J. Kabbah and others were fighting hard to get you out.
You were in London at the time when Dr. Prince Harding staked his neck for you to remain as the flagbearer of the SLPP, which brought the divide in the party. In 2012 John Benjamin who was the chairman of the party connived with ex-president Koroma to rub the election cause he didn't like you and if he was still the chairman of this 2018 election he would have done the same thing, but with Dr. Prince Harding it's the reverse which I guess you know.
There are rumours making the rounds that you promised to deal with Dr. Prince Harding after you win the election which is no longer a hidden secret because we know you are not in talking terms with him and you have sidelined him and the women's leader of the party since you were sworn in as President. Mr. President, there is a parable which says MEK POSIN NOR CRY FOR YOU WHOLE NET DOR CLEAN YOU ASK WHY E YEI RED.
These people have fought for you, it doesn't matter their short comings or mistakes they have made during the electioneering period. I expect you as a good practicing Christian to forgive and continue to work together for the betterment of our country and your great party.
Don't behave like what the late ex-president Alhaji Ahmad Tejan Kabbah did to the party, let it be everyone in and no one out. Mr. President, your current administration is not a reflection of those who truly fought for you apart from names like Dr. Alpha T. Wurie, Dr. Abass Bundu, Kanja Sesay, Dr. Manyeh, Lawyer Brewah and Dr. Ndominah.
The rest are total strangers to the party and the party office itself, I even heard that Miss Emma Kowa is a friend to your wife Fatima that is why you appointed her a cabinet minister. It would have been better to give that ministerial position to the SLPP Women's Leader Madam Fatmata Sawaneh just as you did for the young Generation Leader of the party.
Mr. President, I think you could have saved yourself from all of these things if you had consulted the Chairman and Leader of the party Dr. Prince Harding. He knows the party and the people who fought for you more than you do. It is like the women's wing of the party has been absorbed now into what is called the JMB Women and Friends of Fatima Bio, which will result in a very negative consequence at the end if not corrected.
It is very clear now that a lot of people in your party are not happy with the way things are going since you took up the mantle of leadership, but they are still optimistic that you will not let them down. My final word to you Mr. President is this, don't allow your wife to dictates the way you want to run this government, because I see another Grace Mugabe in the making.
There is a school of thought that you are a potential late ex-president J. S. Momoh as well, I saw in a photo you holding the staff together with your wife and kid which is undone and very wrong.
Mr. President, the Presidential Staff that was handed over to you on Saturday May 12 at the national stadium is the sacred symbol of authority of Sierra Leone, it is not a toy for you to allow your wife and kid to play with it.
This is a clear indication that you are not going to deliver if care is not taken, you are the first President who has done such in the world. My final word to you is this, never forget how ex-president Koroma worked for his party and those who fought for him.