-Amidst Impeachment Cloud
By Esau J. Farr
Montserrado County Electoral District number ten (#10) Representative, Yekeh Kolubah says he will soon join the opposition collaborating parties in the country.
According to him (Yekeh), he is planning to join the opposition collaborating parties to strengthening them.
He made the disclosure Tuesday, April 9, 2019 in a telephone conversation with a local radio station, FARBRIC 101.FM in Monrovia.
“I am going to join the four collaborating opposition political parties to strengthen them,” Rep. Kolubah said in an interview with the local station.
His statement was in reaction to a ‘leaked plot’ by Montserrado County Electoral District number eight (#8) Representative, Acarus M. Gray to launch a campaign to impeach Rep. Kolubah.
Rep. Gray appearing on a local show on FARBRIC FM, The New Dawn, described Rep. Kolubah as an embarrassment to both the House of Representatives and Montserrado County District #10.
The CDC lawmaker branded his colleague as a noise maker who does not know about legislative politics and therefore feels that the residents of Yekeh’s district are either under represented and or misrepresented and there is a need for the people of District #10 to be properly represented at the Legislature adding that a process to have him impeached was almost at hand.
But in response, Rep. Kolubah challenged Rep. Gray along with President George M. Weah to go ahead and begin his (Yekeh) impeachment process.
Representative Kolubah has come under immerse criticism from members of the ruling CDC on his outburst and stance on critical national issues which they have described it as allegedly reining insults at the Liberian Presidency.
Famous amongst them are the missing LRD$16million saga, alleged breach of the Constitution of Liberia by President George M. Weah on tenure positions and other financial integrity institutions, electoral violence at Montserrado District number thirteen (13) by-election in 2018 and his (Yekeh) children party as well as the just ended impeachment of former Associate Justice, Kabineh Ja’neh.
Others have hailed Rep. Kolubah on his stance and reactions to national issues of concern, but have told the Montserrado lawmaker to be more refined and diplomatic in his approaches being directed to the Presidency. TNR