The Liberian Senate has announced it will commence its impeachment proceedings against Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh on Thursday, February 14.
After being expelled from the Sinoe County Legislative Caucus for breaking a “peace accord” signed in Bamako, Mali in June this year, Sen. Joseph Nagbe says he wants leaders of the county put aside their differences.
Barely 24 hours after Philip A. Z. Banks retired as an associate justice of the Supreme Court, President George Weah has nominated Sen. Joseph N. Nagbe of Sinoe as a replacement.
Members of the Nimba Bar Association have called the attempt by lawmakers to impeach one of its members “unnecessary and misguided.”
Two members of the House of Representatives have presented a petition seeking the impeachment of Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh from the Supreme Court.
Liberians now have no option but to rely on the judiciary branch to ensure that President George Weah’s administration is held accountable.
National Elections Commission certificated Roger S. W. Y. Domah, clearing him to serve as representative of Nimba’s seventh district.
Judge Yarmie Q. Gbeisay is fighting to dispel rumors that he influenced a Supreme Court judge to rule in Younquoi’s favor.