In the wake of her sacking by President George M. Weah as Deputy Commerce Minister, and her expulsion from the Coalition of Democratic Change, Mrs. Jemima Wolokolie says the entire CDC has no moral or legal grounds to have her expelled for speaking out the truth on some very important matters that have affected founding members of the Coalition, terming such decisions as “gross misuse of power”.
As The Analyst has gathered, Madam Wolokolie’s fallout with President Weah and the CDC hierarchy stemmed from her recent decision to contest the upcoming Montserrado County special senatorial elections on the ticket of the Coalition, something she had indicated was supported by President Weah, as he himself is a “feminist-in-chief” who endorses the empowerment of women.
But to the contrary, Wolokolie’s decision seemed not to have been countenanced by the presidency and the ruling regime, who have thrown their lot behind Representative Thomas Fallah, popularly known as T-5. Appearing on several talk shows during the course of the week, Madam Wolokolie criticized the CDC for refusing to hold primaries, but instead endorsing Rep. Fallah for the Montserrado County senatorial seat that is up for grabs in December 2020 mid-term election.
“This has brought grave concerns and embarrassments to our existence as a people and party, which has destroyed the great fabric of CDC. However, I have accepted all of your decisions without any regret. So, stop sending NSA to tail me,” Madam Wolokolie said.
She further narrated in a social media post that the situation of her tailing started June 30, 2020 and continued up to July 1, 2020.
“If anything happens to me, I want the world to know that Mulbah Morlu and his people from CDC should be held responsible. Stop accusing me falsely and focus on improving your poor managerial scale to run the party effectively. The quality of your leadership needs to be upgraded then we will get better results from the party. Stop focusing on temporary power which God can take away at any time. As per your lies, I definitely want you to take me to court on all these allegations. I am tired of this nonsense from you all. I’m defying you to do so. I dare anyone of you to take me to court for a well organized crime that has no truth. I am challenging you little liars to be more responsible and take me to the laws,” Madam Wolokolie warned.
In apparent reference to CDC Chairman Mulbah Morlu, Madam Wolokolie said, “Your inability to control your black lies and stealing habits is based on your greed for wealth and power. You must learn to build self-confidence. Your quest to become validated has created serious problems for you people and you must rise above that to build your self- esteem. Integrity is something you build over the years and not overnight. Now you see, I don’t have that impediment and that’s the difference between you and I. Liberians are tired of watching your notorious behavior in every form and manner. It is really embarrassing to the very party you claimed to protect,” stated Wolokolie. .
Continuing, Madam Wolokolie said Chairman Morlu should have been expelled months ago when he said those terrible things about the President but It never happened.
The Controversial $3M Loan
Responding to the long-standing controversies surrounding a $3 million loan managed by the Ministry of Commerce, which brought bad blood between certain officials of the Weah government, including her own boss Wilson Tarpeh and the CDC hierarchy, Madam Wolokolie said, when Chairman Mulbah lied on her for the first time, the president did not say anything.
“Wow!!! He is repeating exactly what he said few months ago. I will not take the responsibility for my boss, concerning this loan. He has a clear understanding of how he gave this loan out and Mulbah Morlu knows it. What is most disgusting is the silence of my boss who has the money!” Wolokolie lamented.
“I have never encountered such wickedness in my life. Wilson K. Tarpeh is quietly trying to say something but it is not possible. He wants to tarnish my hard earned reputation but it will not work. He must give account of the $3,000,000 you are accusing me of. This matter is very important to my families, friends and myself. I cannot account for money I did not see or touch. Anyone within our society can attest to this. I have been accused in the most ridiculous and misleading way to the people of Liberia. I owe it to my country and not to some greedy unserious people whose purpose in life is to try and bring their fellow citizens down by lying publicly on them,” said Wolokolie.
“This is criminal and it must stop. I am concerned about our country and the development that will move the country forward and not to be discussing unnecessary lies to waste my time. You have no moral attributes to talk about me because you are not worthy to do so. I know what you people are made of, vindictiveness to the highest. Please continue the job you know best, which is to steal and don’t implicate me into your web of corruption. Take me to court, Mr. Mulbah Morlu. You are an international liar and a rouge,” the former Deputy Commerce Minister stated.
“You all know exactly where the money is, so stop pretending and protecting your best friend Wilson K. Tarpeh. He has been disbursing the 3,000,000 and you know it. He has disbursed up to $513,000 to unknown people that I have no knowledge of. I asked Minister Wilson K. Tarpeh for an audit report one month ago, names of those he gave the loan to, their phone numbers, business names and locations of their respective businesses, but I never got a reply. Now, who is the liar???? Who is the most powerful and corrupt person???
Your lies will never be encouraged by any sound minded individual around the world. You people are so corrupt, deceitful, disrespectful and good for nothing group of noisemakers who want to gain irrelevance on my hard earned character. So, take me to court, you petty liar. You all believe in trading of lies for comfort. Everyone knows about you. Your goal is to get rid of all of those strong partisans, to accomplish your wicked and selfish good for nothing plans,” a seemingly frustrated Wolokolie fumed.
Attempts to get to the sides of Commerce Minister Wilson Tarpeh and CDC Chairman Mulbah Morlu proved futile up to press time.