REP. KOLUBAH DESCENDS ON PRESIDENT WEAH. —Accuses him of stabbing Chamber on the back


Montserrado County Electoral District Ten Representative, Yekeh Koluba has blamed President George Manneh Weah for the political uncertainty hanging over the current House Speaker Dr. Bhofal Chamber. The Lawmaker said while the Speaker was doing everything to promote the Weah-led government both at home and abroad the President was at the back destroying his political career. He disclosed that huge sum of money was used to empower the opposition against Chamber with the sole aim of defeating the Speaker at the ballot box. Speaking to reporters upon arrival from Ghana where he has gone for the Christmas break, the Lawmaker disclosed that the President created a situation to make the Speaker unpopular in his district in Maryland by bribing traditional leaders, and some election workers to work against his re-election. Representative Koluba also noted that the Chief Executive tried on several occasions to strip Dr. Chamber of the Speakership in favor of a key loyalist in the House of Representative.

He recalled that the president once said that he will only interact with Speaker Bhofal Chamber upon receiving his resignation letter. The Montserrado County Lawmaker attributed the President’s decision to sideline the Speaker to his failure to go along with the secret plan to dupe the Liberian people. Yekeh Kolubah described Dr. Chamber as an honest Lawmaker who played no role in the widespread corruption in the Fifty Fourth Legislature. He said perpetrators of corruption at the time were the President’s trusted Lawmakers, including Representative Thomas Fallah, who chairs the committee on Ways and Means.

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