26 December 2012

Liberian in U.S. Wants Sound Political Institutions

A Liberian living in the United States of America (USA), Jeremiah Z. Whapoe has promised to build a sound political institution for the benefit of all in the country. Mr. Whapoe holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in political Science with emphasis in International politics; a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology; Masters Degree in social work from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He also teaches Human Relations at the Westwood College in Metropolitan Chicago, United States of America (USA). He is the Author of the book Global Terrorism.

He is an emerging thinker in the political Science, Sociology, social Work, and Divinity disciplines with impartial pristine views on controversial and sensitive issues that tend to affect humankind.

Speaking to newsmen on Monday, December 23, 2012, Whapoe said there is a need to build political Institutions so as to enable sentinel and protect the rights of young and older people in the country. He said it's very disheartening that young people in the country are not working whereas the country has many resources which he believes everyone can be a beneficiary but few people are enjoying the country's resources because of political and selfish interest.

He stated further that it is the reasonability of government to seek the interest of its citizens but his assessments in the country revealed that 80% percent of the citizens are unemployed and some parents do not have the pecuniary potency to sponsor their children in school and that the Government should also invest in the youths and create an avenue for training capacity to enable them become useful in the society.

He said government should always empower its people through agriculture, education, health, security and other skills that are needed to help them progress. According to him, he gave 15 persons scholarships at the University of Liberia and helped some other Liberians in the country.

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