Prince Johnson fuss With President Boakai Over the Establishment Of War Crimes Court In  Liberia

What seems to be a serious disagreement between Senator Prince Y. Johnson of Nimba County and ardent supportor of the Boakai ptresidency is said to be deepening on the establishment of War Crimes Court for Liberia, noting that it will help to drive away investors, and impose more suffering on the Liberian people.

Addressing congregation during his regular Sunday service at the Christ Chapel of Faith Ministry today, January 28, 2024 in Monrovia, Evanligist Johnson disagreed with the Liberian leader on the establishment of the court in Liberia noting that will greratly divide the country if he insists.

Amid applauds from his congregation, the former rebel leader turned politician and evangilist said the war is over, woundering why President Joseph Boakai should call for the establishment of a war crimes court in Liberia.

He said everyone fought the war, noting that those who wrote President Boakai’s inaugural speech to talk about the issue of war crimes court in Liberia did not do well for him, but rather are creating situation to divide the country under his watchful eyes, the war is over why call for the establishment of the court in Liberia”, Evangelist   Johnson told his congregation.

President Boakai announced at his inauguration that plans were already in motion to institute a War and Economic Crimes Court. It could be tricky because President Boakai also has political ties to one of the notorious former warlords in the country.

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