Rep. Kolubah Under Investigation for Accusing President Weah of Concealing Container of Money

Montserrado County District #10 Rep. Yekeh Kolubah under investigation by his colleagues for statements he made concerning President George Weah

The Committee on Rules, Order and Administration of the House of Representatives is investigating Montserrado County District #10 Representative Yekeh Kolubah for allegedly and publicly accusing President George M. Weah of harboring one of the missing containers of money at his house on the Roberts International Airport (RIA) highway.

The committee is chaired by Rep. Mariamu Fofana of Lofa County and is to report in one week.

The Montserrado County lawmaker is also being probed for widely announcing that he would singularly protect veteran journalist Philipbert Brown, should the latter be invited by the House of Representatives to reveal the names of the over 15 representatives who were bribed in the printing of an additional L$10.5 billion, a claim made by Mr. Brown on the radio.

Rep. Kolubah was subjected to an investigation by his colleagues on Thursday, November 15, which marked the 8th-day extraordinary sitting, following a motion from Montserrado County District #8 Representative Acarous M. Gray.

Prior to the motion, there was a standstill among lawmakers, which lasted for about 20 minutes, especially between Representatives Solomon George and Francis Dopoh.

Rep. Dopoh argued that the House of Representatives is not a “legal counsel of the President, and so Rep. Kolubah should not be investigated about what he uttered.”

On the contrary, Representatives Solomon George, Acarous M. Gray, and Samuel Kogar said the statement of Representative Kolubah is not in a good spirit of coordination, given the public outcry of the alleged missing billions.

The argument among the lawmakers, which subsequently led to Representative Kolubah being investigated, was prompted by a letter from Rep. Kogar, who argued that he should be the subject of any investigation consistent with Rules 40.2; 41.2; 42.1; 43.2; 48.1 and 48.7, respectively, of the Rules and Procedures of the House of Representatives.

“No member may introduce false information or unsubstantiated matter, pretending that it is true,” Rule 40.2 says.

And 41.2 also says: “Members  shall  not  use  their powers  and  duties  for  his/her  own  advantage or for  committing acts of partiality, but for the protection  of the interest of the public and citizens in a just manner.”

Recently, Rep. Kolubah said on radio that the President is concealing one of the missing containers of money, while on Wednesday, November 14, during the OK FM’s evening talkshow, also known as the “Afternoon Conversation” with Manager and Host Smith Toby, Representative Kolubah promised to singularly protect Mr. Brown if he is summoned, after he (Mr. Brown) alleged that more than 15 lawmakers of the 53rd Legislature, 12 of whom are members of the 54th Legislature, allegedly received bribes in support of CBL, through an inappropriate letter to print additional L$10.5 billion.

In a heated debate among lawmakers yesterday, Representatives Isaac Roland, Solomon George, Vincent Kamara, Nathaniel Barway, Matthew Zarzay, Karnie Wesso and Thomas Fallah supported the investigation of Representative of Kolubah while Reps. Larry Younquoi, Roger Dunah, Francis Young and Francis Dopoh, among others, said the investigation would set a wrong precedent.


  1. Liberians are very interesting people. When will be ever get serious? It’s a shame that these lawmakers are wasting time on nonsense instead of working to find solutions to the economic mess in the country.

  2. Rep. Kolubah,

    1. Will the Liberian people have the opportunity to use coins some day?

    2. Will there be funding for computers to bought and installed at our public schools nationwide?

    3. The streets in Monrovia and elsewhere in Liberia do not have markings or dividers. Does that bother you at all?

    More questions, Rep. Kolubah. But if you could respond to the few questions above, I will be a happy camper.

  3. Who is Rep Yeke Kulubah? His name is in every trouble spot in Liberia. He is needed at the capitol building by his collegues to show proof how he claimed that there is a container full of money at the house of President Weah. In the most widely spread news of violence in Monrovia today November 17, 2018, he is named as one of the perpetrators of the violence that occured. Few Months ago, he was the same guy making derogatory remarks against President Weah at the capitol building during a demonstration.

  4. President Weah is doing well just in the 1yr period . Liberians are crying of the economic mess issue , but this is not in relation to the government , all Liberians have to contribute to the economic growth in one way of the other . That was the reason the president stated that the constitution needs to be amended in favor of dual citizenship and the right to citizenship so that Liberians in the diaspora can come back to invest and also to encourage foreign investors . This policy will strengthen Economic growth and create more employment for our people . Citizenship granted to whites or non negro descent doesn’t in anyway undermine the laws of Liberia , this is just to empower our people with job creations, development etc.

  5. President Weah is not during well for the Liberia people at all, he was elected to save the Liberian people for the bad hands so some of you guys said, but now he become more bad than any could very imagine. This is not the type of President the Liberian people were looking for. He came to enrich his-self and friends.

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