Dozens of onlookers including journalists turned out at the Roberts International Airport to witness the arrival of Montserrado County # 10 Representative, Yekeh Kolubah, one of the planners of the much talked about December 30th ‘Weah Step Down’ from Ghana.
Supporters including members of the student union of Margibi County appeared overwhelmed, were also at the airport to receive Representative Kolubah, noting they are in support of the planned December 30th protest.
Also there to receive the tough talking lawmaker at the airport were members of the Gasoline Sellers Association of Margibi County with placards welcoming the lawmaker.
After nearly an hour going through security checks, the lawmaker finally came out amid applauds from his supporters, Representative Kolubah reechoed his stance for the Liberian leader to leave the seat of the presidency.
He told reporters at the airport that he visited five African countries to spread the message of the December 30th protest, noting that by December 31st President will have to go, “He is corrupt and is a demon’.