MONROVIA – Representative Yekeh Kolubah of Montserrado County District #10 vowed to seek redress through the bush if he feels cheated in the upcoming legislative election.
Liberia’s Elections Commission is expected to conduct presidential and legislative elections on October 10, 2023.
However, according to Rep. Kolubah, if elections are held and he compares his tally sheets with other political parties and notices he has been cheated, he will seek redress in the bush, and through not the Supreme Court of Liberia nor the Elections Commission because, according to him, he doesn’t trust the court and Commission.
The tough-talking Montserrado County lawmaker called on the opposition not to take the elections diplomatically, adding that citizens are suffering under Weah regime.
The Montserrado County lawmaker is a strong critic of President George M. Weah’s Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) administration. He has countlessly alleged allegations of corruption, including rigging the October 10 presidential election against the Weah-led administration.
Rep. Kolubah has yet to prove the countless allegations against Weah’s CDC-led government.