The House of Representatives has pleaded with Justice in Chamber, Joseph Nagbe for extension in the case involving Representative Yekeh Kolubah versus the House of Representatives.
The opposition lawmakers last week filed an alternative Writ of Prohibition before Justice Joseph Nagbe stating why he should not attend plenary Session after his 16 day suspension at the legislature.
The Lower House suspended the ANC lawmaker on May 18 for acts deemed as constant insult against the Presidency that brings the House of Representatives to public disrepute.
The House decision was triggered by a report by the Committee on Rules, Order, and Administration, following a complaint filed by Representative Thomas P. Fallah of District 5, Montserrado County.
Speaking to journalists at the grounds of the Supreme Court of Liberia, Representative Kolubah alleged that his colleagues at the Legislature are seriously negotiating with him for the case to be withdrawn from the Court to avoid public disgrace.