Calling for Davids, Solomons

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Re: Land is all that we have 

Thank you Editor. Beautifully quoted and relayed to our people, but let’s hope that no one will be fooled in giving up their lasting heritage for a few dollars more that won’t last a day or two. 

And when the Financial Market crash, then you will left with zero penny then its time to build a canoe because you can’t pay rent with zero penny and can’t afford anything to eat with zero penny, the value of your money is useless and our only other option our land has been sold by a subtle government to another.

Our only hope then is if some of the leaders find themselves again, and are able to reason within their own self, instead of giving up their heart and their mind to be controlled by their leader who thinks of no one but money and self glorification.

Our elders have seen the change and are not happy with it, everyone has seen the change and are not in favour of it. 

But it appears that whatever the boss says, good or bad for our children and country everyone follows. 

Why is there no Solomon who is blessed with wisdom to rise up and judge things righteously and steer our country in the right direction?

Why is there no David in courage face the might leader and set the fearful people free?

Why is there no Samson with strength to defeat the whole government and its army for the sake of his country and people? It’s time at least for one leader to stand up. Without land we are dead. Thank you Editor.

 

Lesega

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