‘Boakai Consistently Refused To Pick Up My Calls Since His Meeting With Allen White’ – PYJ Complains

Speaking in a live interview with the Truth Breakfast Show team on Truth 96.1 FM Tuesday, March 5, 2024, the Nimba County Senator, Prince Y. Johnson who is affectionately call ‘Nimba 1’ has complained that the Liberian leader, Joseph Nyuma has consistently refused to answer his many calls since the reported meeting between him War advocate Allen White was held.

He also alleged that the Liberian leader has received 300 million United States Dollars to sign a resolution for the establishment of the War Crimes Court in Liberia, bragging that this move by the president and his collaborators will not him frighten him in any, noting, “As I speaking, former generals and combatants who fought in the war are currently holding consultative meeting on this issue”, the former rebel general and current Nimba County said.

In 2022: Montserrado District #11 Representative Richard Nagbe Koon has drafted a proposed law seeking to abolish the power of the President from granting amnesty to war and economic crimes criminals in the country.

The Bill entitled “Repealing An Act to Grant Immunity from both Civil and Criminal proceedings against all persons within the jurisdiction of the Republic of Liberia, from acts and or crimes committed during the civil war from December 1989 to August 2003” was introduced in Plenary Thursday, 3 February during the 8th day sitting of the House of Representatives.

In his Communication to his colleagues, the Montserrado Electoral District #11 Representative described the law granting amnesty to those who committed hideous crimes as nourishing and supporting acts of impunity; something he said has the tendency to undermine peace, security and social justice.

According to him, the law has been in existence for the past 19 years and succeeded in preventing those involved from facing justice, after destroying lives and properties without remorse.

But in his argument, the Nimba County Senator insisted that the law was repealed sed and therefore, it is wrong on the part of the president to committing himself on the establishment of war crime court in Liberia, and noted that despite of all of these, he still supports the presidency of Joseph Nyuma Boakai 100%, adding, whether he signs the resolution for the establishment of the court or not”, he lamented.

“But we will equally reciprocate legally or any other means to maintain the peace the Liberian people have been yearning for. We cannot give you leadership of the nation at the age of 79, and you bringing people to have secret meeting with them to try impose something on Liberia targeting me”, Senator Johnson told the Liberian people during the Truth Breakfast show.

“Boakai cannot solve sample thing like his 100 Days deliverable where cars will not be stuck in the mud; he refuses to pick up my calls because of his commitment with Allen White to impose War Crimes Court on Liberia targeting me. We gave you vote and you want to go after us, all former armed generals and combatants are listening to us. You think they will grab me and charge me, wait and see”, Senator Johnson in his interview asked.

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