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-Baptist’s Prelate Cautions Liberians Ahead of Elections
With one week to the conduct of the much anticipated October 10, 2017 presidential and legislative elections in the country, the senior pastor of the Harvest Baptist Church (HBC), Rev. Dahn Demey has cautioned Liberians to use the ballots in effecting change rather than bullets.

According to the Baptist’s prelate, Liberia has come too far for some citizens to think of war, rather than using the ballots on Election Day to remove those citizens in elected posts who are not working in the interest of the people who elected them.

Delivering a sermon on Sunday at the church on the theme: ‘Biblical Democracy’ with text from I Samuel 8:1-22, Revered Demey said it is good for the electorates to be enlightened and cared for because God is a God of democracy.

Speaking further, the Baptists cleric reminded Liberians to be aware of the dangers of electing wrong people into public offices. “Civilization is engendered when you place high offices in the hands of fools, in the hands of zoes, Mason, witchcrafts because they will turn their backs on God. Be careful how you vote on Election Day,” he warned.

Dissecting some of the alleged inflammatory statements emanating from some politicians, Liberians and their supporters regarding the elections, Rev. Demey said those who are aggrieved should exercise their franchise at the ballot box and not with bullets.

He called on Liberians to reflect on the ugly past which significantly contributed to the backwardness of the country and its people. Rev. Demey at the same time urged the young voters or first time voters not to allow themselves to be used by politicians in perpetrating violence because that wouldn’t do them any good.
“Remember that ballots are more powerful than bullets. Bullets go for anyone, so, let’s go to the ballots and reject the bullets. We agreed majority will make decision on October 10. Don’t elect fools, don’t elect people who are corrupt,” he cautioned.

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