IRCL Chief Scribe Preachers Reconciliation

-Call On Liberians To Hold Together As One
The Secretary General of the Inter-Religious Council of Liberia (IRCL), Attorney, Musa M. Bamba has called on Liberians throughout the length and breadth of Liberia to put behind the ugly past and put Liberia first in everything they decides to do.
According to him, unity is vita amongst people in any given society.
The IRCL Chief Scribe made the assertion recently in an interview with this paper at his Clay Street office in Central Monrovia.He added that Liberians need to see reason put behind the past in making sure that they can move the development agenda of the country forward.
He reminded Liberians about the vital role togetherness play in any civilized society.
Attorney Bamba further that those days have past when Liberians were holding things against each other.
He added that the time has come for Liberians from all walks of life of the society to be their brother’s keeper, adding that Liberia is the only country they has amongst the comity of nations.
According to him, the election has come and gone, this is the time for all players that took part in the election to rally around the government and work together.
He asserted that the government alone cannot do all, noting that it would require the collective efforts of all well-meaning Liberian.
Meanwhile, he has lauded all Muslims in the country for peacefully ending the holy month of Ramadan.
According to him, during the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims from throughout the country were fasting and praying to the lord almighty Allah for peace and unity.
He called on Muslims in the country to remain united as one rather than allow any evil force to bring division amongst them

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