LIBERIA: Senator Prince Johnson Threatens To Complain President Weah To Nigerian Prophet; T.B. Joshua, If He Fails To Listen To Him

Senator Prince Y. Johnson

“If President Weah fails to listen to my advice I will complain him Prophet T.B. Joshua, because he was told to listen to my advice,” Nimba County Senator, Prince Y. Johnson also an evangelist of his Fellowship Chapel delivering his sermon last Sunday, October 13, 2019, amusing his congregation with his ‘Political Sermon”.

He disclosed that several people around President Weah are ill-advising him to do the wrong thing, and also refusing to listen to the plight of the majority as the country is drowning in abject poverty, while those officials closed to him are living what he called ‘extravagance life’, forgetting to see reason of how the people of Liberia are suffering on a daily basis.

He cautioned President Weah to be careful with those he choose to be his confidants, “Those will be the same people who will betray him when time comes,” making reference the late Liberian President, Samuel K. Doe who he said was misled by his officials, a situation he noted led to the early demise  of President Doe.

Senator Johnson who led the defunct Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPL), a warring faction which actively took part of the nearly fifteen years brutal civil war, that took the lives of over 250,000 people, and the destruction of Liberia’s infrastructural worth millions of United States dollars, when Senator Johnson who was then rebel leader of the INPFL brutally killed President Doe during that period.

Most time, Senator Johnson blamed opposition of opting for the establishment of War Crimes Court in Liberia, noting that their calls for this court will be a fiasco, and that Liberians themselves are not prepared for such establishment.

The former rebel leader now a politician and an evangelist during his regular Sunday sermon at his Fellowship Chapel usually amuse his congregation during his dramatic preaching, focusing on his role during the brutal Liberian civil war instead of biblically torturing them with the words of God.

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