Amid US$1M Lawsuit Against Sen. Dillon, LP Expels Musa Bility And Martin Kollah

‘Expelled’ LP Chairman, Musa Hassan Bility

Following report that the National Chairman of the opposition Liberty Party (LP), Musa Hassan Bility has filed a One Million United States Dollars lawsuit at the Civil Law Court at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia against an executive member of the party, Senator Abraham Darius Dillon for calling (him) Musa Bility “criminal and fraudster”, the executive committee of the part has expelled Bility and his Secretary General, Martin Kollah.

According to communication signed in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County over the weekend, the opposition Liberty Party through its Executive Council meeting in its Special Session in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County, has expelled Chairman Musa Bility and Secretary-General Martin Saye Kollah, respectively, from the Party.

According to the LP press release issued, the decision of the Council on Friday, January 28, 2022, was taken following extensive deliberations and votes taken by 28 delegates present out of 44 total qualified delegates.

Mr. Martin S. Kollar, expelled Secretary General

The press release further indicated consisting of the Political Leader, the National Chairman, the National Secretary-General, two former National Chairpersons, the Treasurer, members of the LP legislative Caucus, all Vice-Chairpersons, ten Eminent Partisans/ Stakeholders, County Chairpersons/ Representatives, and a Diaspora Representative.

Letter of their expulsion

According to the LP 2015 constitution requires that decision of the Executive Council shall be taken by a quorum of the active membership of the council.

The Party also suspended all Executive Committee members and county chairpersons who have aided and abetted the negative actions of the expelled partisans against the Party.

Effort by the GNN to contact Mr. Bility proved unsuccessful, as text messages sent to him  via his mobile phone for confirmation of his expulsion.

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