Neyor Calls Executive Order 65 Draconic
By P. Oxford Brown
Monrovia December 9, Montserrado County Senatorial Candidate Christopher Neyor has voiced his opposition to Executive Order No.65 issued by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on December 3rd issued Executive order no. 65 prohibiting any and all mass movement of people on the streets of Monrovia during the ensuing special senatorial election.
At a news conference in Monrovia recently Mr. Christopher Neyor argued that executive order no. 65 was draconic and un-necessary. He said the president has no right to stop the movements of people only in Montserrado County where her son was contesting a senatorial seat.
Mr. Neyor stated that if Ebola was truly the reason for the executive order, the special senatorial election would have been postponed to continue the ongoing fight against the Ebola Virus Disease.
The president of the Morweh Energy Group wondered that perhaps the president foresaw the election results and was wishing otherwise.
Mr. Christopher Neyor described the president’s order as sinister motive that constitutes a pattern of political deception, intended to present a result other than the will and wishes of the people of Montserrado County. He accused Montserrado County senatorial candidate Robert Sirleaf of using public assets to run his lavish campaign in contravention to the code of conduct a claim Mr. Sirleaf has constantly denied.
Mr. Neyor added that scientific pools have shown that the real race in Montserrado County is between him and Ambassador George Weah and not Mr. Robert Sirleaf who he asserted is the most unpopular person county