DEAR EDITOR – I would like to register here a few comments to all voters for the upcoming National General Election.
These are not mere comments but are educational comments that need to be seriously considered.
We have heard a lot of “Vote Wisely”. What does that really mean? It simply means, making a good and wise decision. Choosing someone that you honestly think will really represent you honestly in parliament and will do what is good honestly for his/her people.
But another question is why do people change when they are voted in? Most often we see some very good and honest people that we voted them in. When they are ordinary people, they were God fearing and honest, but they changed when we empowered them.
They seem to do the opposite. This is again tricky. But this should not discourage us from throwing our ballot papers behind those we think are honest and God fearing, not to mention educated.
It coming once again brothers and sister – the election, so strap yourselves for the campaigning time when all forms of honest people will come around.
Let not money influence your decision, because simply, you are selling your country if you allow money to influence your decision.
I do not know if this is a good advice but because it is so difficult for people to resist money when it’s given, my advice is even if you accept money from a candidate, take that as a blessing but then throw your ballot paper on someone you honestly think will be a good and honest leader.