To begin with, Counselor Tiawan Gongloe and his team of learned lawyers at the National Bar Association of Liberia are NOT stupid, and all those yarning for Justice around the country are NOT stupid either; instead, they are farsighted.  In his profession as a human rights lawyer, Counselor Tiawon Gongloe has always defended human rights and above all, stood up for the voiceless.  He has always fought to see true and fair practices of justice in Liberia. He is a man of excellent moral character and a farsighted dignitary who will never compromise JUSTICE for brown envelopes or bribes.  Op-ed 

An Open Letter to Senator Prince Y. Johnson of Nimba County

Dear Mr. Johnson, Recently, I came across a couple of videos from you, in which you hurled insults on all Justice Campaigners, including the lawyers under the leadership of Counselor Tiawan Gongloe, labeling them as “stupid”, and you also predicted the intention of President George Manneh Weah to rig the 2023 national presidential elections. Senator Johnson, I have never been more pressured than your continued provocations to make my way into publically discussing national politics for the first time. To begin with, Counselor Tiawan Gongloe and his team of learned…

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Prince Johnson Former Warlord Kicked Out Of Senate Committee

When the name of Senator Johnson was called as one of those on the ad hoc committee, there was uproar in the Senate as several Senators expressed their disapproval in hushed tones. Some Senators, including Gaye, Weah, Saytumah and Naathen amongst others opposed the inclusion of Senator Johnson on the committee because, in their opinion, Senator Johnson’s inclusion on the committee could damage the integrity of the committee, thereby rendering its recommendation questionable. Defending the inclusion of Senator Johnson on the committee, Pro-Temp Armah Jallah said because Nimba has one…

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Liberia TRC Report Debate: Prince Johnson Walk Out Of Chambers

By Richard Stephens Tuesday sitting of the Liberian Senate was a scene of drama when the TRC document was placed on the floor for debate. The document sparked serious debate among the Senators especially in handling its recommendations. Due to the heated debate over time frame for the lawmakers to begin deliberation in the document, Nimba County Senator Prince Y. Johnson warned that unless recommendations contained in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), are carefully handled, the future of Liberia remains in danger. Senator Johnson who later walked out of…

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