Delivering his sermon on Sunday, May 16, 2021 at his Chapel of Faith Ministry in Paynesville, Prince Y. Johnson, Senior Senator of Nimba County asserted that God revealed to him that his colleague Senator Abraham Darius Dillon of Montserrado County is sick and needs prayers.
The than fearless and dreadful rebel General now preacher of the gospel says Dillon is sick and should be brought to him for prayer. He revealed that the Montserrado County senator has skin disease and that’s why he’s always wearing long sleeve shirts.
Senator Prince Johnson says Senator Darius Dillon needs spiritual cleansing due to his reported immoral affairs with Robert Sirleaf, the son of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
Senator Johnson stated that Senator Dillon’s nine years leadership as senator will face extreme challenges if the Montserrado Senator fails to desist from immoral behaviors.
Senator Prince Johnson alleged that Senator Dillon continues to have a dehydrated body because of the immoral behavior; while publicly inviting the Montserrado lawmaker to his Church for spiritual cleansing.
The former INPFL rebel general now Senator of Nimba County responded to some of the many allegations against him, and first on his list was the accusation that he killed Tecumseh Roberts, a famous rising musical star at the time accused of being gay.
Senator Johnson then took excerpts from the book ‘A Nation in Terror’ by James Youboty that exonerates him from that allegation. The book narrates that his principal deputy in the INPFL, Samuel Varney, carried out the execution of Tecumseh.
Senator Johnson stated “People say I am a mass murderer; I am not perfect but I didn’t kill Tecumseh Roberts. I have documentary evidence on how he was killed. He was a good singer, I used to like him. He was my friend. We were singing when I got the news that the AFL was attacking us. I left him and went on the battlefront but by the time I got back General Samuel Varney had killed him because he believed he was gay.
I wasn’t happy but I couldn’t do anything because Varney was my deputy and a key part of my warring faction and he had men who were loyal to him. If I had done anything to Varney, it would have caused division in my army so I had to live with it and that is something I still feel bad about.”
In his sermon, the Nimba County Senator accused the former chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Jerome Verdier of manipulating the report of the TRC to target certain people, even when a huge percentage of Liberians had voted against retributive justice.
Meanwhile, Senator Johnson, who proclaims to be the god father of Nimba, vowed that because of the continuous ‘provocation’ from Sen. Dillon, the people of Nimba will cease to support the Liberty Party which Dillon is a high-ranking member of. He said Nimba will only support the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC).
“Dillon wants to bring instability in Liberia and for us we are interested in peace,” Sen. Johnson indicated.