Taylor also questioned the district lawmaker’s work since his ascendancy as a lawmaker and what he has done for his people and the district over the years. Her statement comes weeks after Rep. Kolubah, who represents the district, threatened to “dirty her” if she kept meddling in their county politics, but she should immediately listen and do the needful. “So, I’m calling on our mother, Chief Jewel Howard Taylor, not to get involved with District 10 politics. At same time, political pundits said the response from Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor highlights the tense political climate in District #10 and the wider country of Liberia. When politicians use intimidation tactics, it can discourage citizens from participating in the political process and undermine trust in government institutions.
Source: Daily Observer May 24, 2023 07:40 UTC