More damaging is the concern that has emerged overtime as to whether Senator Dillon’s reactions to the two events manifests his idiosyncrasy or illumination. According to sources, Musa Bility was banned by football governing body FIFA for 10 years and fined $500,000 for breaching its code of ethics. In the same year, Senator Dillon called on the president to dismiss the controversial Nigerian as head of the country’s anti-corruption commission. Based on the Bility and Nwabudike scenarios, one is apt to perceive the endorsement of Bility is Dillon’s weakness, or idiosyncrasy. The Charge for Sen. DillonFellow Liberians, the act of electing, endorsing and appointing without due diligence is not phenomenal to Senator Dillon.
Source: Front Page Africa February 15, 2021 07:30 UTC