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Court lifts travel ban on Central Bank workers

Fabine Kwiah/Maximilian Kasseh, Jr.
Monrovia Central Court
Monrovia Central Court

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-The Monrovia City Court has canceled the travel ban on 18 employees of the Central Bank of Liberia.

The move comes after the Court issued a revocation of the NE EXEAT REPULICA, bringing to 24 the number of employees removed from the ban so far.

Earlier this month, the names of six CBL employees, including Deputy Governor for Operations Charles Sirleaf were dropped from the list of 35 persons originally banned from leaving Liberia.

The ban was imposed by the Government of Liberia through the court in the wake of ongoing investigations into the alleged missing Liberian dollar bank notes saga.

According to document from the Monrovia City Court, those removed from the travel ban are:  Cllr. Joseph Jallah, Mrs. Marie Toe, Musulyn Jackson, Joyce Johnson Solo, James Wilfred, Supuwood Tarpeh, Sylvia Tarkpah, George Wilson and Maakai Amblard.

Others are Solomon Jaykoah, Theodosia Jreh, Oldada Deshield, Barquolleh Gabriel, Zibbah Davidson, Kollie Ballah, Andrew Paibai and Jonjo Arab Chenoweth.

In the revocation, the Monrovia City Court said eighteen individuals are free to leave Liberia any time they wish.


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