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MOJA Indoctrinates Marcus Garvey Graduates

The Movement for Justice in Africa (MOJA) has urged graduates of the Marcus Garvey Institute (MGI) to be the real change that Liberia envisaged.
Speaking on Saturday, April 3, at the first cycle closing program, the National Chairperson of the Movement, Tiawan Saye Gongloe, said the progressives are the only group of people who are capable of redeeming the country.
He said consciousness builds a healthy nation for the betterment or greater good of the commoners among the population who suppose to be the working class but are suffering from the nightmare of the state.
MGI is a development education training school run by MOJA; a Pan African Movement which has been championing the cause for social justice or political consciousness for the working class globally for more than half of a century.
“If I die today, the progressive idea will continue to live on. There is no way we can transform Liberia or your life but through the idea of progressivism,” Gongloe noted.
He expressed that anybody who cheats Liberia must bear the penalty of their action because those doing such are depleting the country and denying the people the desire growth to lift them out of poverty for the betterment of their livelihoods.
He told the young graduates of the Marcus Garvey Institute that though progressivism is not a profession or career but it is a way of life intended to alert the communities for the greater good of the entire society.
“Because had it not been for the progressives’ idea you would not have enjoyed political freedom or free speech like you are having today. Progressives are the only group of people who can change Liberia for the better,” Gongloe noted.
Though not been specific with his comments, Gongloe stressed that it may have border on the current waves of corruption and human rights abuses in the country which continue to eat up the fabric of the Liberia denying it of the needed growth and development.
“My first wife divorced me because I refused to be corrupt. I was in Zimbabwe when she swept the entire house and I never bothered because to be a cheat or corrupt has never been in my deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA; therefore, I will not do it to satisfy anybody,” Gongloe reflected.
To the out-doorers, he admonished them to practicalize whatever they were taught during their stayed at the school to help built the consciousness of the working class in changing the narratives in Liberia.
“We need to move forward but we must have a leader that can predict and it is only the progressives who can do that. Since my birth or I got to know myself, I have not joined any political party in Liberia and am not going to join any because all of these political parties are rooted to the progressives,” he said.
Gongloe believes reactionary political parties or individuals are unable to built or redeem Liberia because they can only unite after election and not before election.
“Progressives ideas are far ahead of capitalism but the issue of inconsistency have made the movement zigzag, if not, Liberia would have been far ahead in terms of development both in human capital and development rather than the reactionaries,” he said.
The graduates expressed their gratitude to the Marcus Garvey Institute for building their capacities during a vigorous cadres training program which has sharpened their political consciousness for a better Liberia in the years ahead.
However, they urged the progressives to put behind the past and unite for the common good of the country as the population look to them for redemption because they are the only group of Liberians who are capable of during such.

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