Margibi County Superintendent Jerry Varnie warns residents of the county, especially car owners, drivers, and various unions of motorcylists, not to present themselves as attraction for campaign against the Government of Liberia.
Superintendent Varnie says the people of Margibi should not allow themselves to be used by unsuccessful, greedy and selfish politicians to accomplish their ugly political agenda.
He urges his kinsmen and all Liberians to embrace peaceful co-existence and dialogue as alternatives to seeking redress to their disenchantments despite of their political alignment.
He says if Liberia and its people should continue the fragile peace and encourage foreign investors in the country, rule of law and roundtable negotiation should be the way forward instead of violent protestation.Superintendent Varnie made the call when he hosted separate meetings with driver and motorcycle unions in the county recently at the county administrative office in Kakata City, Margibi County.
In response, the various unions unanimously lauded Superintendent Varnie for his farsightedness and promised to act in accordance with the laws of Liberia.
The warning from the Superintendent is in response to ongoing mobilization across the country by organizers of the 07 June protest to recruit more followers.The government of President George Manneh Weah is against the protest, citing among others, security concerns. By Stone Siakor/Margibi
–Editing by Jonathan Browne