Nimba County Representative Larry Younquoi has threatened unspecified action against Senator Price Johnson if he fails to offer an apology for making an allege fabricated denunciation against him.
Prior to the conduct of the June 7 “Save the State” Protest, Senator Johnson was alleged to have accuse his kinsman (Larry Younquoi) of hiring ex-generals to participate in the assembly of citizens in Monrovia.
Representative Younquoi views such utterance as counterproductive to the sustainability of peace and democracy.
Addressing Journalists at a press Conference on Capitol Hill, the Nimba County Lawmaker gave a three-week ultimatum to Mr. Johnson to retract the statement and apologize or face “undisclosed action”.
He told Reporters on Thursday, he will document his complain to the chief elders of Nimba and the women.
“For a general, former rebel leader who recruited a number of children, men and women that fought along with him, who has been making lots of threats in the County, will account for the statement if he does not govern himself within the time frame stipulated”, Representative Younquoi stated.
Senator Johnson is yet to respond to the statement.