Following scaring public commends of a plan establishment of a Kru Defense Force in Liberia, The Liberia National Police said it has invited the originator of the group Augustine Nagbe to answer questions relative to his recent disclosure.
Augustine Nagbe is an Ex Rebel-General during the civil Crisis something that raises more fear and serious concerns among the people of Liberia especially over his recent statement.
The statement by General Power as he is affectionately called has so far been greeted with mixed views dominantly criticism in the streets corridor for his insecurity commends on a local radio station something the LNP described as unacceptable.
According to Police spokesman Moses Carter no one is above the law and that the Police is prepared and ready to interrogate anyone making statements intended to hinder the hard earned peace of the Country.
“We will investigate him and ensure the right things are done”, added Mr. Carter.
It still unclear the motive behind general Power’s disclosure but it is an open secret of a plan step down campaign by some Liberians scheduled for December 31, 2019 who believe that President Weah is not handling the affairs of the Country well and needs to leave.
President Weah hailed from the South Eastern region of Liberia, a Kru by tribe and will be protected by his people in case of any step down campaign, Nagbe said in a public interview, this, the Government has so far distanced itself from such statement something among other things prompted the LNP’s immediate intervention.
Mr. Carter has also dispelled rumor of General Power been one of the members of the joint security team noting that he is impersonating and needs to desist.
Outcome from the invitation and meeting with the police is yet to be made public as the statement is now a discussion point in the Country.
Liberians have so far enjoyed over sixteen years of uninterrupted peace as the people have been resolve so far not to go back to the old dark days and are working hard to collectively protect their hard earned peace despite the current challenges facing the nation and its people.