In recent times there have been reports of possible coalition between the MDR political leader Prince Johnson and the ALP political leader Benoni Urey, with speculation of money changing hands at the talks.
But the Nimba County Senator denied on VOA that he ever received a dime from anyone to go in coalition with the ALP.
Mr. kiamue described the MDR political leader as a “nationalist who respects the people of Liberia” and ALP respects his contribution towards the social, political, economic developments of Liberia.
Speaking on the Capitol FM breakfast show yesterday, the ALP Secretary General disputed comments from some people that his party is desperate to win Senator Prince Johnson on their side.
He said his party believes in reconciliation and nation building and his ALP is of like mind as Senator Johnson, therefore they are exerting all efforts to ensure that reconciliation, reconstruction and cohesiveness become the order of the day in Liberia.
The ALP Secretary General said although his party does not believe in retributive justice, but the ALP Government will ensure total reconciliation in the land.
He said while it is true that the international community is a partner in progress, it does not suggest that they will come into the country and tell people how to behave and live.
On whether the international community requests for people who are involved in war crime in the country, Mr. Kiamu said the international community will not impose themselves on the Liberian people, but rather work collectively to ensure total harmony in the country.
Mr. Kiamue said under the Benoni Urey administration unity and peace will be the order of the day, promising to work with chiefs, elders, women organizations, youth leaders, and student organizations to ensure the success of national unity.
The ALP Secretary General said under the “dynamic” leadership of Mr. Urey, the promotion of total respect and love for each other will become paramount, while at the same time social development will become a major priority for Mr. Urey and the ALP.
The ALP also commented on the TRC recommendations but underscored the need for reconciliation and called for total forgivingness.
He said while it is true that TRC recommendations are fine instrument which could heal the nation, they however need careful implementation to avoid division in the country