Monrovia Liberia: Following worrisome public concerns of claims by Montserrado County District #4 Representative Rustonlyn Suakoko Dennis, the government of Liberia has established that there is no substantive proof that could warrant a full-scale investigation. The statement was contained in a release signed by Information Minister Ledgerhood Rennie following a major hearing with selected members of the Cabinet and the House of Representatives leadership on the Lawmaker’s assertion.
MICAT, Wednesday April 26, 2022 release added that the conference meeting found that all claims raised by Rep. Dennis were based on rumors.
“The body heard the accounts of Honorable Dennis and agreed to the following: That the claims were based mainly on hearsay with no substantive proof that could warrant a full-scale investigation by the Ministry of Justice,” the release noted.
It can be referenced that Representative Rustonlyn Suakoko Dennis on Sunday, April 24, 2022, wrote via her official Facebook page, that there have attempts by the CDC government to have her killed.
The Lawmaker in a tearful mood noted that the Justice system is concuring with other top officials of government, to killed her. She further called on the public not to consider the essence of an autopsy report after her presumed death.
In ensuring the security and safety of the female Lawmaker, an offer of Special Police Protection was made as an overture to allay the fears of the Representative.
On the other hand, It was also agreed that the Minister of Justice, who headed the Executive Branch’s delegation at the meeting, look into the Paynesville Magisterial Court’s Writ of Aresst issued against the District Four Representative in a private matter involving her and a lady she identified as Cytarus Dahn.
The release added that the Minister is asked to advise the leadership of the House of Representatives on the legality of the writ in a matter the Representative believes is a misdemeanor which should not have warranted such a writ. Meanwhile, the Liberian Government in the MICAT clarified that it is not in the business of taking away the lives of its citizens, needless, a well-known public servant.
The exhaustive meeting was chaired by Speaker Bhofal Chambers, and included Deputy Speaker J. Fonati Koffa and other ranking members of the House of Representatives.
The Executive Branch was also represented by the Minister of Justice, Cllr Frank Musah Dean, Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Williametta Piso Saydee Tarr, Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism, Ledgerhood J. Rennie and the Police Inspector General Col. Patrick Sudue, among others.