Plenary of the House of Representatives has mandated its Committee on National Security to investigate a formal complaint filed by Montserrado County Electoral District #10 Representative Yekeh Kolubah.

The House’s decision taken Thursday, 22 June during its 12th Day Sitting of the 2nd Quarter of the 6th session was triggered by a communication from the Montserrado lawmaker in which he informed Plenary about an incident that occurred at his premises in District #10, Montserrado County.

Plenary is the highest decision making body of the House of Representatives.

In his communication, Rep. Kolubah stated that after a week of his departure from Liberia, his former security, in person of Abu Kieta, led a group of Liberia Drugs Enforcement Agency (LDEA) Officers into his premises without a warrant from a court, and took away some of his properties among which were three motorbikes, and three sets of Television.

The lawmaker craved the indulgence of the Honorable Body to invite the Minister of Justice and the Director of the Liberia Drugs Enforcement Agency to state under whose authority his premises were invaded and to ensure that everything that was taken away from his place be brought back.

Following the reading of the lawmaker’s communication, a motion was proffered by Bong County Electoral District 3 Representative Marvin Cole forwarding the communication to the House’s National Security Committee to probe the matter and report within two weeks.

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