The Concerned Citizens United to Bring Our Money Back, also, referred to as COCUBOMB, has criticized House Speaker Bhofal Chambers for his recent comments excluding the legislature from questioning by international investigators examining the case of the missing billions of Liberian banknotes.
Mulbah Morlu, the chairman of the governing Coalition for Democratic Change, has called on the Presidential Investigation Team set up by President George Weah to probe the alleged disappearance of billions in newly printed banknotes to investigate the opposition Liberty Party.
The speaker of the 54th National Legislature, Bhofal Chambers, says former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is a person of interest in the case of the missing banknotes.
President George Weah addressed citizens for the first time on the issue of the allegedly missing billions of dollars in Liberian banknotes – eight days after it was first reported by a local daily newspaper. His speech, which lasted for two minutes and five seconds, offered no new details in the investigation.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has weighed in again on the case of the allegedly missing billions of Liberian dollar banknotes. She has called on the Central Bank of Liberia to release reports of an investigation she said it had already completed on the issue.
The Liberian government has issued a notice identifying several persons of interest in the investigation of the alleged disappearance of L$16 billion (US$104 million) in newly printed Liberian dollar banknotes from the Central Bank of Liberia.
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