A renounced Motivational speaker and Educator Rev. Luther Tarpeh, will Tuesday declare his full membership for the opposition Unity Party.
Ahead of the official Program, Rev. Tarpeh in an interview via mobile with KMTV news said it is about time to turn on the political light for the betterment of the Country.
According to him, Liberia is becoming a laughing stock to the international community due to what he claimed as incompetent, unqualified and inexperienced people ruling the Country as such, he as an experience and professional person will no longer sit on the fence to watch the Country go down the political and leadership pit.
He told KMTV News Monday that he sees the Opposition Unity Party as the best option for him and the Country in general as such his decision is not mistaken rather in the right direction.
The Man of God promise to bring to the political discourse of Liberia great vision, integrity and experience, something he notice and allege is lacking in Liberia now.
“We need to put the political light on and we can’t sit here to allow the International people see us as unserious and uneducated people”, Rev. Tarpeh intoned.
Rev. Luther Tarper said he believes in the transformation of the young people through youth empowerment initiatives.
Peace & National Reconciliation as well as Unity, youth development and equal opportunity and inclusion are areas of interest of the incoming Unity Party Partisan.
Rev. Tarpeh founder of the Best Brains Academy in Paynesville is also the host of the motivational show on the Truth Fm 96.1 Radio called: Insight for Successful living.
He is also the Board Chairman of the Liberia Motor& Tricycles Union of Liberia who have been championing the cause of a non-violence youthful community across Liberia.
According to him, as an educator with three masters in International Politics, Christian Education & Theology and International Development Management and is poised to grab his Phd hopefully next year in Education and International Development from the Liverpool University in England noted that it is time to change the political status core in Liberia.