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Supt. Dunor Warns Against Religious, Tribal Criticisms
By Korboi K. Gbelewala, LINA Lofa County Correspondent
VOINJAMA, August 5 (LINA) - Lofa County Superintendent George Sekou Dunor is calling on Lofians to do away with religious and tribal criticisms and focus on issues that would attract investors to the county.
Supt. Dunor also stressed the need for Lofians, especially the youth, to stop accusing one tribal or religious group of being responsible for the under-development of the county.
He noted that the people of the county should rather get engaged in positive ventures such as farming and education that would move the country forward.
Superintendent Dunor made the call at his residence in Voinjama Tuesday, August 4, when he met with a cross-section of youth, and urged them to love and respect each other’s religions, tribal and traditional associations.
“This way, we will be able to move Lofa forward and make it better for all to live peacefully,” he added.
He attributed the under-development of the county to the “bitter past,” and called on those still trying to take the path of religious and tribal disunity to desist as it is taking the county nowhere.