Days after Montserrado County District #10 lawmaker filed for a Writ of Prohibition at the Supreme Court of Liberia on his suspension,the plenary of the House of Representatives has with immediate effect lifted the suspension on Yekeh Kolubah.
In a letter from Chief Clerk Mildred N. Sayon to Hon. Yekeh Kolubah, the plenary stated that the lifting of the suspension indicates that all rights and privileges of the lawmaker are hereby restored.
The communication also added that salary, benefits, gas and allowance are also restored.
It can be recalled that the House of Representatives made the decision to suspend Rep. Yekeh Kolubah on May 18, 2021, for 16 meeting days.
The decision to have suspended Representative Yekeh Kolubah was filed through a communication from Montserrado County District #5 lawmaker Thomas P. Fallah.
Representative Fallah alleged that the constant abuse of the Liberian President by Representative Yekeh Kolubah, something which prompted that body to have suspended him.
Meanwhile, Representative Kolubah has filed a Writ of Prohibition at the s
Supreme Court of Liberia.
The leaderships of the House is expected to appear this Wednesday based on an invite from Chief Justice Joseph N. Nagbe