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The standard bearer of the opposition United People’s Party (UPP) has acknowledged that leaders of Liberia have all forgotten the country’s rich cultural heritage, a situation that could be responsible for the many problems that the country is facing. McDonald Wento mentioned that leaders of Liberia have turned their backs from the nation’s rich cultural heritage.

Wento said in order for Liberia to regain its status, the people must understand where they come from as people and country. Speaking over the weekend at the Center For The Exchange Of Intellectual Opinion (CEIO) on Carey Street, the UPP political leader cited that Liberia’s problems are not physical, but rather spiritual which he linked to the failure of governments to consider the country`s heritage.
Wento indicated that Liberia is one of those countries in the world that has all the needed resources, yet 95 percent of its people are living in abject poverty which is as the direct result of the decline in the country’s heritage.
He noted that Liberia was built on seven principles that were broken by poor and bad governance and it requires a serious prayer for the country to get back on its path.
Wento claimed that there will continue to be calamity and unusual happenings if the country does not regain it cultural heritage.
He stated that Liberia is at the crossroads of politics and as such, it is important to revisit the history of the people in order to orientate the citizenry.
Consequently, the UPP standard bearer stressed that reconciliation is the role to lasting development, therefore, citizens must reconcile with God and their fellowmen and women to make the country become one of the best nations in years to come.
He cited that people of Liberia should pray for God to deliver the country from the hands of wicked leaders who he said are responsible of the backwardness of the nation.
“Let reconcile our hearts with our brothers and sisters and then with God in order to develop our nation. Liberians, it is time we all come together and take a stand to change this country,” he said.
He said all is not lost, but the end result is what matters as such Liberians should put behind their pasts.
“God is preparing us so that tomorrow when we get there, we will know where God took us from,” he implored.

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