As opposition leader Alexander Cummings of the Alternative National Congress tried to point out, “leaders should eat last,” not “steal last” as had been twisted by government spin doctors and propagandist. Rather, he meant that leaders should serve their people first, and take care of their own needs last.
The Ministry of Justice is seeking an investigation into accusations made by Montserrado’s 10th district representative, Yekeh Kolubah, against the Liberian National Police and its inspector general, Patrick Sudue.
The Liberia National Police has denied claims by Montserrado’s 10th district representative, Yekeh Kolubah, accusing its inspector general, Patrick Sudue, of avoiding arresting perpetrators of Sunday’s violence at a party he organized for children in his district on the orders of President George Weah.
On Thursday, January 18, the House of Representatives voted to investigate several lawmakers accused of bringing the body to disrepute by accusing its leaders of malpractices in public.
Montserrado’s 10th district lawmaker, Yekeh Kolubah, has admitted his involvement in an attempt to remove of the speaker of the House of Representatives, Bhofal Chambers.
The Liberian Senate has taken note of President George Weah’s frequent disrespect for the constitution which is the supreme law of the land, with the latest being the appointment and subsequent commissioning of George Pattern as Ambassador to the U.S. without the Senate’s confirmation.
Rep. Yekeh Kolubah of Montserrado’s eighth district has written the U.S. government to avoid recognizing Ambassador Designate George S. W. Patten.
Deputy Central Bank Governor for Operations, Charles Sirleaf has contradicted revelations by former CBL Executive Governor Milton Weeks that the bank did not get authorization from the legislature to print additional L$10.5 million new banknotes.