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LACC will determine criminal liability in US$25Million saga

Joseph Sayon/ Jos GArneo Cephas Sr.
The Liberian Leader, George Weah
The Liberian Leader, George Weah

MONROVIA, LIBERIA - President George Weah says irregularities coming out of the Liberia Anti Corruption Commission (LACC)’s investigation will determine criminal liability of those who were responsible to implement the US$25 Million MOP-UP exercise.

The Liberian Leader, said once criminal liability is established by the LACC, those involved will face the full weight of the law.

President Weah made the statement in his nationwide speech Wednesday, May 29, 2019 in Monrovia, to address wide range of national issues, highlighting the prevailing national developments, including the state of the nation’s economy.

The Liberian Chief Executive, said:”The process in which the exercise was conducted by the CBL questions the credibility of those who are charged to handle the institution that is why I would institute measures shortly to restore sound managerial policies at the Central Bank of Liberia”.

At the same time, the Liberian Leader said the case involving the former and present officials of the Central Bank of Liberia will remain in Court until final determination is made.


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