Should Mary Broh Halt The Cleaning Up Of Monrovia And Its Environs? As Supreme Court Issues Stay Order

“By directive of his Honor Kabineh Ja’neh, Associate Justice presiding in chambers, you are hereby cited to appear before his honor in his chamber on Monday December 7, 2015 at the hour of 2:00 PM, in connection with the above caption case,” Clerk of the Supreme Court, Martha Bryant Henries

Since her appointment as head of the Special Presidential Taskforce to clean and beautify Monrovia for the Kwanza Season, former Monrovia City Mayor Mary Broh handling of her job has been nothing short of controversies. Prior to the start of her job which began on November 15, the former mayor began breaking down homes and businesses she said were built on alleys.

So much that it has incensed home owners and they have filed for a stay order to be placed on the taskforce in the wake of the ‘wanton destruction’ being carried out. The Justice in Chambers of the Supreme Court has issued a stay order on the presidential taskforce of Madam Mary Broh and all those working under the scope of her authorities.

The writ followed a petition filed by the legal counsel representing the aggrieved destroyed properties owners of Central Monrovia, Bushrod Island, Sinkor and Gardnersville, New Gerogia who prayed the court to issue the writ. In the petition, which is in possession of this paper, it stated that they are aggrieved properties owners whose properties were wantonly destroyed by the respondents using executive power without due process of law.

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