Dressed in her normal working suit, Madam Broh arrived at her refurbished compound at the Monrovia City Hall.
Disembarking from her vehicle, Madam Broh was greeted by several employees, shaking hands while others shouted slogans that were marred by unending jubilation.
“I’m happy to be back to work,” she said. “I’ve a mandate to clean the city of Monrovia and it must be cleaned at all cost.”
Madam Broh who faces the wrath of a vote of no confidence by members of the Liberian Senators’ suspension came days after she failed to respond to their calls.
A staffer of the Senate had previously complained Madam Broh to the leadership of the Senate for which she was then invited.
Though madam Broh officially proffered an apology to the Senate, members of that august body said they wanted her dismiss by President Ellen-Johnson Sirleaf, threatening not to release the budget of the Monrovia City Corporation if she was not sacked.
But responding to the Senate’s position, President Sirleaf on state radio two days ago said she was yet to see a law that talked about vote of no confidence.
“I’ve not seen any law neither have I seen in the Constitution issues of vote of no confidence,” she said on state radio.
President Sirleaf, who recently dinned with Senators on Capitol Hill, was quick to mention that there were on-going consultations to settle the rift.
Just days ago, authorities at the Traditional Council of Liberia launched an appeal, requesting Senators to pardon the Acting Mayor.
Though the head of the council Chief Zanzan Karwor frowned on the ‘disrespectful’ action of the mayor, he said she should be forgiven.
In another development, the Monrovia City Corporation has termed as false and misleading a story published by IN PROFILE DAILY newspaper this week under the headline “HOW AND WHY.”
A statement from the Corporation quoted authorities as describing the article as, “a demonizing campaign being carried out against Mary Broh.”
The statement further said, “Mr Carlton Boah, the publisher of the paper hates Mayor Broh for putting his wife out of business for not upholding hygienic standards.”