The maturity shown by the President and Opposition leader at their recent meeting is a breath of fresh air into the political life of this our lovely native land. This is exactly what the people of Guyana need to see, for there to be an end to the mistrust that have been sown into heart of the Guyanese society toward others of a different race by selfish political figures.
Those in civil society must take note and do likewise, that the perception of them being biased would be erased.
What Guyana needs in 2019 are people in public service who are concerned about the betterment of all Guyanese.
I also wish to rebuke those on social media, and others who claim to have the nation’s interest at heart, but were very silent during those dark periods of our not so long history. Some of these individuals have been clearly publishing content that can only be described as propaganda to ignite racial divide.
Such people are nothing but old donkeys with distorted brays and their distasteful contribution cannot take Guyana where she is going in 2019 and beyond.
The promise of elections in the 2019 is a good one, but even though this is a pillar of democratic society, I am of the opinion that what Guyana need at this time, is for the President and the Opposition leader to sit together and make a public statement to the people of Guyana, that what so ever the results of the election may be, that they will work together for a better Guyana for all Guyanese.
This, I believe, will be a master move that will strengthen efforts to achieve social cohesion and send a strong message to those bent on dividing us that it will not happen again.
This however must not be used as a means to set up an elite political society, that will come together to make themselves Lord over the people. Checks must be put in place to deal with those seeking to use their office to benefit supporters, friends and family. We must not be another Russia.
Finally, I call for those who know that they are citizens of other nations, and are the people’s representative in Guyana’s parliament to step down. Your service is needed but it must not continue to disrespect our constitution.
Apostle Adrian Wade
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