Pro-Temp Emeritus Gbehzohngar Findley has warned the Bassa Legislative Caucus that he will head to the Supreme Court if the caucus takes any decision in altering anything under his signature while serving as senior senator of the county.
The former Pro-Temp considered his decision ‘A notice’ to current members of the caucus who are reportedly contemplating on changing several issues/documents he signature.
He made the statement Saturday in Buchanan when hundreds of citizens under the banner, United Bassa Citizens honored and gave gifts to the ex-senator for his contributions to the county during his nine years tenure.
The group named over twenty-five achievements of the former senator ranging from the establishment of the Grand Bassa Community College to loans to marketers amongst others.
The event was graced by Former Senators Frederick Cherue of Rivergee County and Sumo Kupee of Lofa as well as Rep. Robertson Siaway of Grand Bassa amongst others.
Gender Minister, Julia Duncan Cassell who also graced the occasion, praised the former Bassa lawmaker as one who championed the cause of the people and maintained, there is still great days ahead. She called on all Bassa people to keep rallying their support for Hon. Findley.
At the same time, the former senator has called on Arcelor Mittal to re-strategize on planned decision to redundant hundreds of its employees in the county.
He said these employees, many of whom are Bassa citizens are bread winners for their families and losing their jobs will be a serious setback to the economic drive of the county yea the country.