By: R. Joyclyn Wea
MONROVIA-Civil Law Court has threatened to render a default judgment against Senators Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence, Abraham Darius Dillion, Daniel Sando and other officials of the opposition Liberty Party should they failed to appear before that honorable court in adherence to a petition for declaratory judgment filed against them by Musa Hansan Bility, chairman of their party.
Judge Nancy F. Sammy’s Writ of Summons commanded the above-named individuals to file their returns to Bility’s complaint on or before October 14, 2022, failure to do so, judgment by default will be rendered against them.
In his 12 counts petition, Bility alleges that as National Chairperson, he is the only executive committee member to authorize LP’s Constitution to direct and coordinate the affairs of the Party in collaboration with the National Executive Committee.
And that the National Treasure of the Party is the only executive committee member that is authorized to receive and deposit all Party’s funds and disburse such funds and be accountable for all receipts and expenditures of the Party.
This, Bility claims, Nyonblee, Dillion and others had failed to challenge or appeal their removal from various offices occupied before they cannot assume any functions assigned to these offices.
On this basis, he is praying the court to grant unto him all other relief that may be deemed necessary.