Dear Dr. Fahnbulleh:
Thousands of conscious militants, ideological paragons, intellectual gladiators, and revolutionary stalwarts of Africa?s oldest pan-Africanist and mass-based student movement bring you blissful, idyllic and extraordinary greetings from the magnanimous oasis of academic freedom, social justice, moral veracity, interminable equality, and inescapable freedom.
Cognizant of our forward-thinking duty and progressive responsibility to advance a common agenda and refuel an unending struggle for the glorious and inclusive emancipation of our people, especially those at the very bottom of the socio-economic ladder, we are magnetically beguiled and enthralled by your endless contribution yesterday and even now as a master of contemporary politics and a coach of modern philosophy.
As we redefine our struggle for change and reshape our political destiny in this century, our determination and courage to confront modern dictators, classical scoundrels, diehard pillagers, and intransigent elements remain overwhelming. Our unflinching resolve to ensure grassroot transformation and conclusive emancipate of our people from the hands of this self-seeking hegemony and corrupt oligarchy is tied to the fortitude of martyrs Wuo G. Tarpia, Wiwi Debah, Tonia Richardson, and Federick Gobakollie.
Dr. Fahnbulleh, our attention has been drawn to recent misconduct and indiscipline by one diaper-intellectual, popular plagiarist, and academic lackey who continues to ignorantly parade as an admirer of your iconic legacy. In his subliminal state of mind, he brags pathetically as your pupil, but lacks common understanding of projecting the real efficacy of a revolutionary struggle. He perambulates and masquerades each day with his decaying psyche seeking undue relevance. In pretense and sham, he proceeds in errors and double-dealings, burying his conscience and smashing his integrity in order to protect his overambitious social appetite and satisfy his materialistic quest.
This morally-bankrupt and mortifying character in question is on an uncompromising expedition to create a cloudy atmosphere and foggy climate over the inviolability and decency of the student community. The speed of his dishonest spree is seriously undermining every stratum of our society and his refusal to repent has led him into preponderance of contradictions. This legendary impostor has imprudently craved to be like you for several years, sadly nothing in him really resembles you. He spends almost all his time listening to your powerful speeches and reading your writings, regrettably he forgets in split second every time as a result of his inability to lubricate his brain regularly.
We are talking about someone who usually indulges into unnecessary chest-beating, pomposity, and egotism. In his arrogance and deceit, he disrespects people who have admirable moral credentials, undisputed academic prowess, and unparalleled intellectual aptitude. History has taught us to reprimand cataleptic charlatans and rebuke amateur academicians who often advance penny-pinching tactics and dodgy tendency to undercut moral consciousness and sincerity. Whenever we detect such repugnant character invading the corridors of purity and uprightness, we are under dutiful obligation to immediately arrest such situation.
Dr. Fahnbulleh, permit us now to introduce this self-conceited renegade and disloyal bedfellow who pretends to be your apprentice, but has dissimilar chromosomes of your phenotype. His name is Varney Jersey, a 2009 university dropout purporting as President of the Liberia National Student Union (LINSU). This known flunky who was expelled from J. J. Roberts High School and later sought refuge at JJ Ross High School is adamant about his own academic growth and development. This champion of parody and symbol of academic ineptitude who deliberately refused to return to college is thirsty to lead a bloc of conscious and critical minds.
In an oblivious and futile campaign, he exerts himself as a ?king? over visionary collegians and farsighted personalities. He goes ahead barking like a mere attacking-bulldog with false teeth at people with exemplary reputation. More interestingly, he disgorges tons of junks against the most powerful man of the Student Unification Party (SUP). This high-profile plagiarist, dead-sea academician and former freshman probation student of Stella Maris Polytechnic, now a university dropout, sits in a lonely corner of snobbishness and distributes falsehood about an institution (SUP) he knows nothing about.
This scanty scoundrel and micro-rascal surrounds himself everyday with pay agents and swindlers to protect his dubious interest against millions of students. Dr. Fahnbulleh, I guess you are aware that this illegitimate ?LINSU? President, who remains a university dropout since 2009, recently took a decision to compromise the interest of Liberian students. He was induced to support a ?quick impact education policy? without engendering appropriate consultation, coordination, collaboration, and consensus. SUP and ULSU are in total disagreement with his sinister move. We resist any attempt to discontinue school!
Dr. Fahnbulleh, we strongly believe that change is not instantaneous, rather it comes gradually. We think MoE in concert with Varney Jersey are missing the real priorities that would fundamentally transform education from ?mess to best? in Liberia. These are just few important areas the ?new education policy? did not even consider in practical terms:
1. Increasing salaries, incentives, and allowances of teachers
2. Revising our curriculum and strengthening the M & E section of MoE
3. Ensuring all schools have access to modern libraries, science laboratories, and computer labs
4. Constructing more schools in order to accommodate the growing number of Liberian students. Do you know that 98% of secondary schools are found in Monrovia, while 2% of secondary schools are found in rural Liberia according to a UNICEF report?
5. Providing realistic subsidy for public and private institutions
6. Increasing learning or academic hours.
7. Enhancing academic excellence through competition
8. Organizing medium and long-term capacity-building for teachers and administrators.
9. Providing stipend for students reading education at various higher institutions across Liberia. This will serve as a means of attraction and inspiration, which could eventually lead to quality education.
In furtherance, we are not surprise that this corrupt government is giving credence to Varney Jersey as President of LINSU by providing him with budgetary allotments that he cannot even account for. The light will be shown one day! Why must LINSU be run in the pocket of a university dropout? Up to date, this illustrious institution (LINSU) that was established by law since 1952 does not even have an office as a result of a directionless and ill-fated leadership. SUP believes it is time to redeem and rescue LINSU from classical impersonators and conspirators.
Dr. Fahnbulleh, it is disturbingly disappointing that since 2009, Varney Jersey who came on compelling vacation due to probation as a freshman student of Stella Maris Polytechnic has refused to return. We have been pushed to the wall to ask ?when will Varney Jersey end his sabbatical??. No wonder why Madam Sirleaf had to describe our educational system as a mess. Dr. Fahnbulleh, we know that you have done your best to encourage this illegitimate ?LINSU? President return to college, but no one does more than his best.
Varney Jersey who claims to be a revolutionary belongs to no political party or movement in Liberia and beyond. He has embarked on an unfulfilling mission to attack a party (SUP) you have paid endless respect and homage to. He has been abandoned by history and he is now marching with a baggage of contradictions and bewilderment! Anyone who dares to challenge SUP as Varney did shall not go with impunity!
Thanks and extraordinary regards Dr. HB.
Martin K. N. Kollie
Vanguard Student Unification Party