As PUL Leadership Crisis Deepens, Civil Law Court Issues Writ Of Summons On Embattled Leadership
The Civil Law Court in Monrovia has issued a Writ of Summons on the embattled leadership of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) to appear and answer to charges levied against it by some aggrieved members of the Union.
According to the writ, Judge Peter Gbeneweleh of the Civil Law Court on Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2019 ordered defendants Charles Coffey, Daniel Nyankonah, Jarlawah Tonpo and Maxwell Johnson to appear on or before December 13, 2019.
BELOW IS THE WRIT
The defendants are facing multiple charges to include violation of several provisions of the PUL’s constitution and holding of an elections marked by fruad and irregularities.
The aggrieved members of the PUL in a Petition for Declarative Judgment asked the court to cancel the elections conducted by the Union’s leadership.