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Gov’t lifts traveling ban for six in printed money investigation

Fabin Kwiah
the Deputy Governor for Operations, Charles Sirleaf, one of six beneficiaries.
the Deputy Governor for Operations, Charles Sirleaf, one of six beneficiaries.

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-The Government of Liberia through its Ministry of Justice has lifted the traveling ban placed on six employees of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL).

The employees being lifted out of the ban includes the Deputy Governor for Operations, Charles Sirleaf, the Head of Communications, Cyrus Badio, the Director of Research and Musa Kamara, and the Director of Supervision Mournir Sipley.

Others include the Junior Internal Auditor, Theodora Jreh and The Director of Finance, Mustapha Sharman.

The Monday, October 8, 2018 decision by the government to lift the ban by the government through the Monrovia City Court, comes in the wake of an application to revoke the September 28, 2018 writ of NE EXTEAT Republica for six employees of the CBL.

The application was granted by Monrovia City Court Judge Kennedy Peabody. In September, the government issued the writ against 33 employees of the CBL in the wake of the on-going investigation into money printed abroad and brought into the country by the CBL.

Meanwhile the ban still remains in place on 27 employees of the CBL in keeping with law. 

 


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