The Informer (Monrovia)

7 February 2013

Liberia: Rep. Solomon George Lacks Moral Rectitude - JASAGBV

The Journalists Against Sexual and Gender Based Violence (JASAGBV) has described Montserrado County District # 7 Representative, Solomon George as who one who lacks moral rectitude.

JASAGBV's statement comes in the wake of recent comment made by Rep. George which the group(JASAGBV) says is highly insulting to the Acting City Mayor of Monrovia, Madam Mary Broh.

At a town hall meeting held in the United States while on visit there, Rep. George said because the Acting City Mayor is in the habit of braking down 'poor people' homes and market stalls, he will "personally tie the Acting City Mayor and take her to one of the public toilets where he will order people to defecate on her body."

JASAGBV said it is seriously disappointed in Rep. George for his 'unwarranted and verbal' aggression melted against Madam Broh.

JASAGBV: "Rep. George who is born of a woman and he is also a high profile government official to make such profane or insult against Madam Broh clearly shows his level of moral indecency."

The group is at the same time calling on Rep. George to apologize and repent from such behavior. JASAGBV said failure on the part of the Rep. George to make an apology; it will take the lead in calling on the people he represents to solicit signatures for his impeachment from the office as Representative of the District.

Rep. George in his meeting in the United States accused President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of facilitating such ugly act which he said is carried out by Madam Broh.

According to him, instead of taking action against Madam Broh so that she will not repeat the same act, President Sirleaf always begged on her (Madam Broh) behalf whenever she does wrong.

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