Restoration Baptist Ministries Inc General Overseer Rev. Joseph Gardea Johnson, III, is urging the George Weah-led government to be accountable to the people of Liberia about the usage of money generated from taxes and external assistances.
He made the call on Sunday, 9 December during a chat with reporters at his Church’s edifice on the Old Road in Sinkor, suburb of Monrovia.
The Baptist Prelate also discloses that if the government does not seek the wellbeing of the people that it governs, the government is bound to fail.He says the government should be accountable for the spiritual, health,education, economic, social and infrastructure needs of the people.
Rev. Johnson furthers that the time has come that government returns the economy to the people by taking it from the hands of foreigners whose desire he says is to drain the country’s economy at the detriment of the masses.
The religious leader urges the administration of President George Manneh Weah to do more in terms of providing better health care delivery, education, water and sanitation for the people.
By Emmanuel Mondaye–Edited by Winston W. Parley