Fourteen (14) persons are facing Police investigation at the Headquarters of the Liberia National Police in connection to the violent incident that occurred on the Smyth, Old Road Community on the 27th of September 2020 between Hon. Yekeh Kolubah and Morlu Kollie which resulted to properties damage.
Those arrested include: Chris B. Andison 25 yrs, Rebecca Williams 32yrs, Mohammed Kromah 41yrs, Kelvin Fahnbuilleh 41yrs Daniel Dukuly 26yrs, Nathan Gueh 27yrs, and Lassana S. Kamara.
Others are, Lincoln Brooks 27yrs, Daniel Boikai 28yrs, Siafa S. Kamara 23 yrs, Michel Myers 20yrs, Alison Zaza 34yrs, Aaron Kollie 33yrs and Paul Geekpain 21yrs.
During the incident Rep. Kolubah was not physically harmed, but effected several residents of the area including his tenants .
The Liberian National Police release said , outcome of the investigation will be made public.
But the strong critics of the George Weah led government Rep. Kolubah, speaking to reporters promised to champion the plight of his people and secure his properties.
“In the face of the police, the people came and attacked my house and threw stones and burnt tires and the police cannot help in the process. The government is using my former securities to attack me. My former securities have been employed by the government at the DEA [Drugs enforcement Agency] and they are using them to lead the attacks against me,” Rep. Kolubah, said.
This is not the first attack against Rep. Kolubah , one incident was recorded in July of this year in Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County where some people claiming to be members of the ruling party CDC attempting getting him out of the county during a political tour with the Mr. Alexander Cummings.
Also on July 21, the Deputy Police Inspector, Melvin Sackor ordered Rep. Kolubah got into a heated veberal argument on the streets of Monrovia due to what Mr. Sackor calls obstruction of traffic by the lawmaker vehicle on session day.
Meanwhile, the Liberia Council of Churches opposition figures are condemning the attack of the opposition Lawmaker in Liberia .
As for the Liberia Council of Churches through its General Secretary, Reverend Christopher Wleh said, violence must never be welcome in Liberia in addressing crisis and condemned the actions as he urged the CDC government to speedily investigate and bring the perpetrators to justice.