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Yekeh demonstrates karate in Session

By Bridgett Milton

Montserrado County District #10 Representative Yekeh Kolubah wore a black karate belt over a white long sleeve suit and displayed karate styles in the legislative session on Capitol Hill Thursday, 24 February 2022.

Mr. Kolubah, a staunch critic of President George Manneh Weah and the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) government, displayed his karate tactics at the Capitol a few weeks after President George Manneh Weah was photographed displaying similar karate styles wearing a black belt while dedicating the Duala Market on Bushrod Island.

Rep. Kolubah was seen wearing a white suit with a black belt in session while President Weah wore a blue long sleeve suit and a black karate belt at the Duala Market recently.

Photos of President Weah and Representative Kolubah were trending on social media on Thursday.

According to Rep. Kolubah, he has been fighting karate since he was a little boy and now, he’s ready to fight President Weah.

Representative Kolubah was asked out of session by House Speaker Bhofal Chambers, a CDC lawmaker, for improper dress code. However, Kolubah was later seen back in session.

Mr. Kolubah recently received threats from some of his colleagues who are from the ruling CDC that they would beat him in retaliation for his alleged constant disrespect for President Weah.


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