Former Senate Pro-tempore, Cletus Wotorson has officially launched his first book jubbed “ACCEPTANCE” detailing his 80 years struggles and celebrations while urging Liberians to understand the democracy and sustain the peace in Liberia. Making remarks during the launch of the of Book, the former Senator said it appears that those who brought democracy to Liberia did not fully explained the intent of democracy.
According to him, the unrelenting agitations and verbal exchanges being experienced in government have the propensity to advert any or most investments in Liberia-while urging Liberians, particularly politicians to sustain the peace.
“In my mind, the Liberia we find ourselves in is one way of another desires peace and stability and inclusiveness. Majority of Liberians elected a leader for us to be one. I am appealing to my fellow citizens to close down these verbal agitations,” he admonished Liberians.
Commenting on his book he said, the book condenses his experiences and struggle as well as the celebrations of the fruits of his lifestyle.
The former Grand Kru County lawmaker who explained a summary of his narrative said, the book captured some of his colleagues back in the days that attempted harming him while paying tribute to some of his friends that were inspirations to him as well.
Speaking as a Chief Launcher of the book, President George Weah, paid special tribute to former Senate Pro-Tempore, Wotorson for the his first book dubbed “Acceptance” and expressed his admiration for the author’s professional lifestyle and called on Liberians to emulate him; indicating that Wotorson also impacted his lifestyle.
The Liberian leader said his first encounter that led him to Cameroon was signed by former Senator Wotorson during his days in sports where he served well before coming into politics.
Officially launching the book, the Liberian leader purchased 250 copies at the rate of US$20.00 and encouraged Liberians to read while the office of Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor buttressed by purchasing 50 copies and the current Senate Pro-tempore, Albert Chie pledged to buy 103 copies for both the Liberian Senate and the House of Representatives while other officials of government made pledges in their different capacities.