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Friday, June 21, 2024

GANTA YOUTHS THREATEN TO SUE SENATOR PRINCE JOHNSON FOR FAILING TO CONTROL HIS CATTLE FROM DESTROYING CROPS

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Senator Prince Y. Johnson

By D. Franklin Doloqee

LIBERIA – The youths of Bain Tonglaywin community in Ganta, Nimba County have threatened to take Senator Prince Yormie Johnson to court for allegedly failing to stop his cattle from destroying their crops.

According to the youths, they have engaged the Senator in the destruction of their crops by his cattle. He pointed out that during a meeting with the senator, he promised to control his cattle, but added that the situation still persists.

Because he has ignored our appeal to control his cattle, we have now decided to seek legal remedy, said Eugene Kulah, the chairman of the Bain youths.

Youth Chairman Eugene Kulah says the entire Bain Tonglaywin community in Ganta that hosts Senator Prince Yormie Johnson and his polytechnic University is disappointed and frustrated with the senator.

Kulah noted that even though Senator Johnson resides in the community, he has not impacted the life of any community resident.

According to him, youths of the community have engaged Senator Johnson for help several times but have refused to provide any assistance to the Community.

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