Ahead Of October Poll: Nimba County Advocacy Group Calls On Senator Prince Johnson Denial

Nimba County Senator, Prince Y. Johnson

The political godfather of Nimba County, 71-year-old Senator Prince Yormie Johnson seems to be trailing down his popular support amongst his kinsmen in his home county, Nimba, as one of the local advocacy groups is publicly demanding his denial in the upcoming October poll.

The group, Nimba Renewal Movement (NRM) said the Senator has overstayed at the Liberian Senate, and must vacate in order allow a new breed of politicians from the county to form of that august body who will perform in the interest and part of the people of the county.

The head of the group, E. Fredrick Baye in a statement issued over the weekend, urged the Nimba County Senator Prince Y. Johnson to allow the freedom of the people of the county to prevail by allowing them to usher in a new face in the upcoming elections.

The statement further called on Senator Johnson not to use his role to hold the people of the county hostage under the canopy “Redeeming the people of Nimba County”, and not to not defy the good gesture of the people of the county, as well as the international community, particularly the United States Government who imposed recently imposed sanction on him

Meanwhile, Baye in the statement has informed the people of the county, that their senatorial hopeful is shortly expected to arrive in Liberia from the United States to overwhelmingly receive a petition from the people of the country through the NRM, and also called on the people of the county to refrain from expressing support to the third term bid of Senator Prince Johnson.

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