Montserrado County District 10 Representative Yekeh Kolubah has vowed to travel out of the country, despite a ban from the court not to do so.
Judge Roosevelt Willie of Criminal Court ‘A’ Wednesday, June 26, placed a travel restriction on the District 10 lawmaker and five others, restraining them from leaving the country.
Yekeh is among few Liberians charged with multiple offenses after they were accused of mercilessly flogging a resident of Montserrado District 10.
Representative Kolubah said he has done nothing wrong for such a ban to be imposed on him.
Commenting further, Representative Kolubah said the Liberia Broadcasting System has become the personal property to President Weah while accusing the Liberian leader of violating all of the laws of the land.
Meanwhile, the lawmaker has said recent comments by President Weah at the CDC headquarters doing the weekend, is an attempt to rig the impending July 8 by-elections in Montserrado County.
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Witch hunting critics is wrong, pls leave Yeke alone
President /Mr. George Manneh Weah is progressively building the country into a Police State gradually.
Please spell your words correctly, FPA. The word is “during” and not “doing”! As for this country, not bootlicking the powers that be has become a sure to be targeted. Leave Yekeh Kolubah alone! Leave the lawmaker alone.