by: Thaim Krugba, Kambia

Each and every one of us has emotional wounds, but until we admit it, we will remain in an emotional quagmire that keeps dragging us down to commit heinous and mayhem like the current SLPP political brouhaha in the country. Moreover, until these SLPP stalwarts express or are given a chance to express their true political misgivings and those misgivings are given the imperative attention, the political ambience of our young, wobbling but gradually thriving democracy is in shambles. The healing process which they have delayed has left and continues to leave untold anarchy to the democratic foundations of our nation; serving at the detriment of peace-loving citizens. Eventually, this SLPP intra-party political tumult creates unhealthy relationships among peaceful citizens and state institutions such as the Sierra Leone Legal System and the Sierra Leone Police.

In my opinion, SLPP zealots tend to block their healing powers when they seek to point fingers and blame others for their in-house political pandemonium. Sierra Leoneans recognize that political mishaps have the tendency to compromise our national security thereby posing a serious national threat to the peace we now enjoy. We do not want to go back to the dark days! Do we?

Claiming their emotional constraints is essential to their peaceful resolution and cohabitation as a political party. Once they have claimed their emotional constraints, the government and other democratic institutions will begin the task of unpacking each emotional item and figuring out and resolving them. Moreover, SLPP has neglected their role in affirming our democratic structures as a major opposition party.

Some of these problems lingering in the SLPP are very emotional, like the jeans we wore in high school and now at thirty-five we are hoping it fits us again or that it comes back in style. It worked well in high school, but now we are too old to wear it even if it fits and if it does comes back in style it will always remain the jeans we wore in high school. It no longer serves a purpose so throw it out.

Similarly, in curing some of their emotional wounds, it will save the wrath of crime their so-called supporters would like to commit. When the situation was dangerous for all citizens during the civil war, the perpetrators escaped for their lives.

Trying to force external solutions without first clearing their emotional wounds will be utterly futile and counter-productive. It is tantamount to taking a refreshing shower and then putting on dirty underwear. If the image of that is disgusting in them, then so is the act of trying to heal their intra-party altercation without first clearing their emotional problems. Their internal energy will feel nasty and they will be left feeling not so fresh. They will begin to do by healing their hearts, minds, bodies to feel politically refreshed and charged then they can begin to heal their soul. Once they have sorted through their emotional bad attitude it is time to begin the healing process. They need to be heard for their emotional wounds.

So instead of looking towards the external self in order to get healed they should begin with the internal self. That’s where their emotions lie. That’s where the political shakeup lies. This includes accepting thyself as imperfect human beings? They are not without flaws or faults. The greatest news is that they can always improve on their political stamina and integrity when they are ready to, because there is always room for the SLPP leadership improvement.

Editor’s Note!!

Thaim Krugba (Kambia, Sierra Leone) is sent by the gods to bring stability and emotional intelligence into news reporting. May I suggest that we give Mr Krugba his own TV SHOW so that all of Salone can benefit from his fair and balance reporting.

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