I have not really been a fan of yours, but I’ve always taken up time to acknowledge all your hard work in making Monrovia a modern City and as a mark of appreciate, I want to safely assure you that you have my endorsement and support in whatever you do, including your present unprovoked war with the senate.
It’s a sad day in Liberia and a line has to be drawn so that the Liberian people can know how their servants (Lawmakers) who have now become masters may use the power given them (Constitutional Comtempt powers).
I’m not so interested in an explanation as to whether you slapped Nancy Gaye or she slapped you, or whatsoever, but the manner in which our lawmakers have angrily reacted suggest to me that you wouldn’t have any justice or fair hearing before them. It’s hard to imagine the senate being your accuser, your judge, persecutor and prosecutor all at the same time. Your case is already prejudiced.
In your line of duty, please expect to see some of these things. Many people are not used to normal times. The last normal times most people in this country saw was before December 23, 1989.
I think instead of insulting, discrediting or calling you ‘rebel’ or a ‘creature’, these people should be thanking you for your hard work.(…they need to be grateful that you’re not Joe Tate).
Our old people say, if you mind the noise in the market, you wouldn’t buy your fish. If Nancy has a problem with you, let her seek redress through the courts of law. As a matter of fact, your actions didn’t impede Legislative functions at all, it only put the fear of God and elders in the young lady.
May God continue to give you strength and remember that you have a fan base among the arm robbers, pick pockets, yana boys, taxi drivers, gronna boys, country and congo people and off course the civilized people too.
In the cause to making Monrovia clean and green, the struggle continues.
Groba Leo Williams (Political Dino)Harper City