Bishop John Kunkun of the Full Gospel International Fellowship and Pastor of the City Of Light Church of God, has frowned on the continued election violence by some politicians here in the wake of the midterm senatorial election.
Speaking in an exclusive interview Wednesday, 7 October office in Barnerville, Bishop Kunkun expressed disappointment over the ongoing elections activities across the country when the National Elections Commission is yet to announce the start of campaign.
“First of all, we are disappointed with the way the process is going. Everyone is behaving as if campaigns have started when campaign has not yet been launched by the National Election Commission,” he says.
He speaks against the trucking voters, saying it’s to the disadvantage of the people who live in districts where others from different districts go to register to vote. “The people that are being trucked to Bomi to vote might even be more than the population of Bomi County,” he notes.
The Bishop expresses shock that while he was enroute to Grand Cape Mount County, he saw about eight National Transit Authority (NTA) buses taking people from Brewerville to Bomi County. He warns that this not healthy for the country’s young democracy because it could lead to serious problem.
By Ben P. Wesee–Edited by Winston W. Parley