The Founder and General Overseer of the Dominion Christian Fellowship Center, Archbishop Isaac Winker, has urged President George Manneh Weah to take a bold stance in ensuring that the ongoing banknotes probe is brought to a logical conclusion.
“This money matter must not die. Now that you are back, Liberians are eager to know what happened to their money,” Winker told the President.
In a sermon delivered at a thanksgiving service held in honor of President Weah upon his return from the 73rd United Nations General Assembly on Sunday, Winker described the banknotes issue as the “first war” on President Weah’s leadership, urging him to fight to bring the truth to the public glare.
Winker observed that some Liberians are wishing for the Weah-led government to fail, but it is his and other members of the religious community prayer for the President to succeed.
He pointed out that President Weah won the popular vote of the Liberian people and as such it is important for him to take a strong decision in the banknotes saga, regardless of who it affects.
The Bishop also urged the President to emulate the examples of King Asa in the Holy Bible by putting the country’s interest and peace above family, friends and connection.
Winker at the same time called on Liberians to believe and support their leader, stressing, “I am pleading with you Liberians; you do not have to love the President but if you truly love your country support and work with his leadership.”
“The same God who helped other leaders in the Bible will help you through this,” Winker encouraged President Weah.