…Rev. Johnson Blasts
By A. Omaska Jallah
The Senior Pastor of the Restoration Baptist Ministries Incorporated has disagreed with those he described as ‘false prophets’ who claimed that when Ambassador George M. Weah wins the run-off, there will be war in Liberia.
Rev. Joseph G. Johnson said those false prophecies are not the will of God, adding those who are making such prophecies must desist and stop making statements as though God is a rebel leader who told them to make those prophecies.
He said these prophecies will not help the Unity Party that did not do well for continuity.
According to him, where Liberia currently stands, it needs a radical leadership, someone who is ready to turn the country back to Liberians.
Rev. Johnson told journalists Sunday that Liberians are living in their own country as strangers which should not be the case.
He said Vice President Joseph Boakai and President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf agreed to retire, “I considered Joseph Boakai’s silence on the President’s statement as a concern for them to go together, for the fact that he didn’t make any comment, meaning he agreed to go along with the President, silence means consent.”
The Baptist Preacher said the percentages of the first round of the election speak volume to the fact that the Coalition for Democratic Change is already set to win the run-off election.
“We can’t have the 21st Century like the Tubman regime, where he ruled for 27 years, because it is glaring that if we allowed continuity with this government,” Rev. Johnson said.