As Calls For Establishment Of War, Economic Crimes Court Continues, Rights Activists Senesi Recalls
As the debate for the establishment of War and Economic Crimes Court in Liberia continues, a member of the Liberia civil rights activists and advocates, Mr. Luwamah S. Senesi, Jr. in an exclusive interview with reporters in Monrovia recalled how he was allegedly attacked and severely beaten Ofori Diah, former general of the defunct Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL) allegedly upon the orders of former general Prince Y. Johnson now a Senator in the Liberian Senate from Nimba County.
Speaking to reporters, Mr. Senesi explained his ordeal at the headquarters of the Liberia National Police calling for the establishment of the Economic and War Crimes Court to prosecute suspected war crimes perpetrators for crimes committed against humanity during the 15 years Liberian civil war.
As a matter of fact, Mr. Senesi was also allegedly threatened on October 15, 2019 on the same basis, but manage to report his case to the LNP for redress.
However as the news of Mr. Senesi’s flogging hits the air, Mr. Prince Johnson quickly took the air waves and denied ever ordering the flogging of Mr. Senesi who is now seeking for justice.