So there we are, thousands of our people on the breadline, and more unemployment on its way, and this is despite over 57 years of independence when we were initially promised a better and happier existence by the pioneers of our politics.
Like the Archbishop has said, we need more than prayers to resolve our expanding internal woes. His comment will of course, simply fall on deaf ears of our politicians and many of our citizens. The progress towards pulling the wool over the eyes of our vulnerable citizens are now in play, just like it did prior to the last election.
We now need to start over again, from scratch and form a new political party made up of honest and ambitious citizens. Once established they must reform our police and justice systems, and most essential of all introduce a race relation act in order to stop the galloping practice of racial discrimination here.
The most important thing that they must do here in order to curb the daily rate of murders and our lingering high serious crime rate is to restore the death penalty and commence executing those already convicted murderers on death row.
If this is not done, then our political future with all its present adverse features will remain exactly as it is now and will continue to get worse.