Flogging Awaits Rep. Kolubah, If…

By: Washington Tumay Watson –onewash9@gamil.com

MONROVIA-Two Coalition for Democratic Change lawmakers have vowed to flog Montserrado County District#10 Representative Yekeh Kolubah if he insults  President George Weah in plenary during a section at the House of Representatives.

Representative Moses Acarous Gray,  Montserrado County District #8 Representative, and Montserrado County District #9  Representative  Frank Saah Foko said they will beat the controversial opposition Alternative National Congress lawmaker   Yekeh Kolubah.

The two CDC Lawmakers’ actions prompted the threat when Representative Kolubah was insisting on his communication calling for the House of Representatives to be audited to be inclusive on the plenary agenda and at the sometimes using invective on President George Weah.

According to the two CDD Lawmakers, Rep. Kolubah is in the constant habit whenever he is given the opportunity to speak in the plenary to use invective on President Weah.

Representatives Foko and Gray disclosed that they will no longer condone   Representative Kolubah insulting their political leader and President of Liberia.

“If Representative Kolubah abuses President Weah there will be no section on that day, you take the name of President Weah (for) play, anyone who will attack President Weah I will attack you”, Rep. Foko indicated.

“We will flog Representative Kolubah,   if he insults (the) President, let him try it again, I (will) beat him, “Rep. Gray said.

The two CDC lawmakers, Gray and Foko make it clear that the ANC Lawmaker Kolubah can use his invectives outside of the plenary.

It is not clear if all of the CDC’s Lawmakers at the House of Representatives are in full support of their colleagues’ action to beat   Rep. Kolubah.

Rep. Kolubah has not officially reacted to the two CDC Lawmakers’ threats because he was asked out of Thursday’s plenary due to his indecent dress code.

The public is waiting to see the reaction from Rep. Kolubah if he will adhere to the warning from the two CDC’s Lawmakers.

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