It is not clear what would ultimately be the verdict of the Liberian Senate against Foreign Minister-designate, Dee Maxwell Kemayah who is being confronted with offensive sexual harassment allegation by a female staffer from his recent assignment at the United Nations.
Ambassador Kemayah is struggling to defend his character following the sexual harassment allegation by Whynee Cummings Wilson who is a staff at the Liberian UN office, where the Foreign Minister-designate is serving as Liberia’s permanent Representative.
Alternative National Congress (ANC) political leader, Alexander B. Cummings who also chairs the collaboration of four opposition political parties under the banner (CPP) has threatened the National Election Commission (NEC) that ANC and CPP would not accept any election result that will not be freed, fair and transparent.
“Our country has gone through a lot. A big chunk of the population is still licking their wounds and do not want to go through the same emotion again. We as security actors will not sit idly by for our national security to be threatened and allow our country to go down the drain once more. Therefore, we will act decisively and accordingly, irrespective of your positions and affiliations.”
Many Liberians, including critics and some supporters are still ambivalent over whether not President George Manneh is committed to fighting or ending corruption as he promised during his inauguration in 2018; corruption is believed to be an endemic culture in Liberia; The Public Agenda Reports.
Heartbreaking news reaching the Public Agenda late Wednesday evening has confirmed that Montserrado County Electoral District #9 Representative, Pelham-Youngblood has fallen to the cold hands of death.