He cautioned Liberians that is too early to play politic but rather focus their attention on the growth and development of the country.
Speaking to this paper recently, Mcintosh said “there is no country in the world where citizens will begin political activities one year into the administration of the elected government, adding, “Any country that practices such is bound to degenerate.”
Mcintosh said he understands the frustration of some Liberians whose expectations has not been met but pointed out that one year is too early to begin division among the people.
He said the Sirleaf led administration has done well in rebuilding the country from a failed state to a peaceful and secure nation, and Liberians should work to solidify such gains.
The Former Foreign Minister wants Liberians and politicians direct their programs to building the capacities of the Liberian people and create organizations that will impact their lives.
He lauded the government for instituting the visioning exercise, describing it as necessary. Liberia last year completed the drafting of the Vision 2030 agenda—a vision that ensures that Liberia becomes a middle income country by the years 2030.
However, McIntosh said the major challenge to the visioning process is with operationallizing the vision.
He called of the government and the citizenry of the country to fully implement the exercise for the forward movement of the country.
In a related development, McIntosh has maintained that he did not receive bribe from Danish Journalist Mad Corzent to award him a diplomatic status to represent Liberia as Honorary Council in the central Africa Republic.
He challenged anyone including Journalist Corzant to prove any evidence of bribery against him.
Mcintosh, while serving as Foreign Minister of Liberia awarded Journalist Mad Corzant, pretending to be a diplomat, an honorary council-ship to represent Liberia's interest in the Central African Republic.
Mr. Cozant later released a video in which he said he obtained a Liberia Diplomatic Passport and a driver's License for a huge sum of money.
The government of Liberia has since revoked Mr. Corzant's title and is currently instituting reforms in the awarding of such title to individuals across the world.