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SENATOR PRINCE Y. JOHNSON ACCUSES PRESIDENT BOAKAI OF BIASED ARMY CHIEF RETIREMENT

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MONROVIA, LIBERIA – Nimba County Senator Prince Y. Johnson has accused President Joseph Boakai of removing the Army Chief of Staff from his position solely because he hails from the Northern County of Nimba.

Johnson claims that there is no other plausible reason for the retirement of a young and professional soldier in such a crucial role; he said recently.

Expressing his anger over the retirement, Senator Johnson did not provide specific details regarding the incident. However, his statement suggests that he believes the decision was motivated by regional bias rather than the individual’s qualifications or performance.

The Army Chief of Staff plays a vital role in ensuring the effective functioning of the military and maintaining national security. Therefore, any decision regarding their retirement should be based on merit and the best interests of the country.

President Boakai’s administration has not yet responded to Senator Johnson’s allegations. It remains to be seen whether further information will be provided to clarify the reasons behind the retirement of the Army Chief of Staff.

This development has raised concerns about potential political interference in the military and the need for transparency in decision-making processes. As the situation unfolds, it is crucial for all parties involved to address these concerns and ensure that the military remains impartial and professional in serving the nation.

The retirement of the Army Chief of Staff, particularly under controversial circumstances, highlights the importance of maintaining public trust in the country’s security institutions. It is essential for the government to address these allegations promptly and transparently to uphold the integrity of the armed forces and promote national unity.

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