NAMBO: Parties Must Respect CoC Law


The National Movement to Support Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai candidacy (NAMBO) has registered its position to stand by the Code of Conduct (CoC) for government employees and public officials and has called on political actors to follow suit and respect the rule of law.
NAMBO’s Secretary General, Robert Mocio Kpadeh told a news conference Thursday, in Monrovia that it is shameful for violators of the law to seek protection from the Supreme Court that has upheld the constitutionality of the law.
”We will resist any attempt to undermine that law,” he said.
“NAMBO and its over 400,000 membership across the country stand with the law, support the law, and have absolutely no doubt in the fortitude of the Chief Justice Francis Kpakor to uphold the law,”.
“The Code of Conduct is a law- society and its people begin civility with rule of law, this means, we are under obligation to uphold the law.”
According to Robert Kpadeh,
Writes Alex Yomah