BY: LEGISLATIVE CORRESPONDENT
CAPITOL HILL-LIBERIA: Early Tuesday morning, December 7, 2021, it was a scene of display of several placards with inscriptions of keeping the city clean.
General Mary Taryonnoh Broh, dressed in her native (Kru ) attire stormed the Capitol building with scores of her staff in an attempt to answer to an invitation extended her for appearance during Tuesday’s session at the House of Representatives.
Last week, Plenary took a decision to invite General Mary Broh of the Citizens’ Engagement Board based on a Communication from Montserrado County District 7 Representative Solomon George on allegation of usage of power to flog and incarcerate citizens.
Today, General Broh only appeared on the grounds of the Capitol with some supporters and branded the Legislature as a ‘dirty’ place that needs thorough cleaning.
Later, session commenced and General Broh did not appear in Plenary to answer to the allegation levied against her, even though she was spotted chanting slogans of keeping the city clean along with some other people outside the gates of the Capitol building.
Her alleged action of deliberately refusing to attend to the call of the House of Representatives triggered a contempt charge appearance for General Broh.
In a motion proffered by LOFA COUNTY Representative Beyan D. Howard, the General is being made to appear with her lawyer and show cause why she should not be held in contempt for comments made against the Legislature and that as contained in Hon. George’s Communication.
The motion followed a Yea and Nay vote, which indicated that Madam Broh will appear on Thursday at 12noon.
Earlier on, Representative George requested through his unreadiness that Madam Broh should appear along with the City Mayor of Monrovia, Jefferson Koijee, based on her appointment by the City Government to the Citizens’ Engagement Board but it was rejected the Movant, Hon. Howard.