Home Governance Minister Sylvester Grigsby Summoned

Minister Sylvester Grigsby Summoned

by newsmanager

MONROVIA: President Joseph Boakai’s Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Sylvester Grigsby, is expected to appear Plenary of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, April, 2024.

Reports say the House Summoned Minister Grigsby to state the cause of the disrespect and humiliation to former Liberian President, George M. Weah Sr, by stopping him from using the Airport’s VIP Lodge considering his portfolio.

Plenary’s decision was triggered by a communication from Montserrado County Electoral District#-10 Representative, Yekeh Kolubah.

Representative Kolubah stated in his communication that the incident which recently occurred at the Roberts International Airport (RIA) where former President Weah, was blocked or stopped from using the VIP Lodge at the airport was disrespectful and requires plenary’s quick action to serve as deterrent for other leaders.

“No matter the situation, former President Weah served our country for six unbroken years, as president and must be given the most needed respect, Representative Kolubah asserts.

According to the Montserrado County Lawmaker, leadership is time-by-time which means other people were in these positions that are being occupied today and one day, they too will not be here; therefore, the attitude of respecting people in authority and disrespecting those who are not in authority even though they once served the country needs to stop.

“Mr. Speaker, these attitudes have created room for corruption in the public sector because it makes people who are in authority to enrich themselves so as to maintain their respect when they leave power,” the tough talking lawmaker stated in his communication.

Related Posts

Leave a Comment