Speaking yesterday on the Capitol FM Breakfast Show, the tough talking CDC stalwart said his conviction is based on the fact that God is always in support of the poor, and the CDC is the amalgamation of poor people.
“There is always a clarion call to look after the poor in the Bible, wherever the poor are that is where God is; so in the CDC is where you have the amalgamation of poor people. If the poor people are in their numbers in the CDC, it means that is where God is, so by virtue of that God is a CDCian,” Morlu asserted.
“When you read the pages of the scriptures, you understand that God’s paramount concern is to institute justice for the poor and disadvantaged. The Bible speaks more in the defense of the poor than people that are wealthy,” he said.
On his recent victory at the just ended primaries of the party for District #10, Morlu said he looks forward to changing the way politics works in Liberia, noting: “I am not going to parliament to change my image but rather to be a floor fighter and continue my brand of politicking which is about changing the way politics works.”
“I will be a disruptive candidate and lawmaker, meaning to disrupt the current political system that tends to take away from the masses and empower few. I will stand against corruption and if it means standing on the floor and fighting for the people; going to the legislature and be thrown out for standing out for what is right, I don’t mind, but that is what I am going to be when I am elected,” he said.
“There is a team of lawmakers emerging that will stand with me in that process and fight for what is right and be the champion of the agenda of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC). Anyone who perceives me as a well dressed man going to parliament and be so much of a gentlemen so as to embrace corruption, they have to think twice because I will stand out as a fighter to challenge the oligarchy of corruption,” he added.