Economic Freedom Fighters of Liberia Commander In Chief Emmanuel Gonqueh says his incarnation at the Monrovia Central Prison will not deterred him from advocating for the Liberian people.
Gunquoi speaking to reporters following his release from the Monrovia Central Prison Tuesday said his experience in prison has given him more vigor to advocate against bad governance which he said Liberians do not deserve.
He furthered that locking the capital building for which he and others were arrested was the least the EFFL could do to get the attention of the Lawmakers who were busy sharing $30 thousand United States Dollars, while Liberia is battling the third wave of the corona virus with limited medical supplies.
Emmanuel Gonqueh however said he and his compatriots remain unapologetic for locking the capital building, and if they have the opportunity to lock the Executive Mansion, they will not hesitate.
The Economic Freedom Fighters head and three others were sent to jail Monday following a writ of arrest prayed for by the Government of Liberia through Solicitor General Syrrenius Cephas issued by the Monrovia Court as result of their recent disruption of normal activities at the Grounds of the Capitol Building.
Story By: Lovetee Waynewere
Date: August 10, 2021