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Over Alleged ‘Rudeness’: Sinoe Supt. Faces Senate Tomorrow

By Alex Yomah
The Senate’s Committee on Internal Affairs is expected to probe Sinoe County Superintendent, Nagbe Chea, due to an alleged rowdy attitude against Sinoe County Senator, J. Milton Teahjay.
Senator Teahjay, who is Co-chair on the Internal Affairs Committee, complained Supt. Chea of his constant misbehavior towards his office in the public glare, something he termed as unacceptable.
The Sinoe County Senator had implored his Superintendent to his colleagues of the Liberian Senate to probe him and perhaps to take an action that would serve a deterrent for would-be Executive appointees that are always in the constant behavior of disrespecting their elected officials.
Report has it that the Committee headed by Maryland County Senator, Gbleh-bo Brown has since summoned Supt. Chea but his appearance has been delayed due to bad road coupled with the coronavirus.
According to our reporter, Supt. Nagbe Chea hearing was scheduled yesterday in which he appeared before the committee but was later postponed today Wednesday, tomorrow by Senator Gbleh-bo Brown due to absence of some members of the Committee and requested the Supt to return tomorrow for investigation-despite his busy schedule in Sinoe.
It appears that the brawl between the county’s caucus and local officials is still persisting despite President George Manneh Weah’s intervention to resolve the internal scuffle.
It can be recalled the Liberian leader frowned on internal fight amongst Sinoe County, something he said undermining development in the county-while calling on local officials to co-exist and allow peace reign in the county.

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