Judge Boima Konto of Criminal Court C has dropped Charges of multiple criminal offenses against the former managing director of the National Port Authority, Maltida Parker, and her comptroller, Christina Pealay.
The technical committee of the President Investigation Team tasked with investigating the circumstances around the allegedly missing billions in new banknotes has released its report to the public, recommending that all current Liberian dollar banknotes (new and old) be removed from the market and replaced.
President George Weah has instructed Charles Gibson to take over as officer-in-charge of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission, replacing James Verdier, who ended his tenure over the weekend.
The executive chairperson of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission, James Verdier is calling on the government to review the bill seeking to remove the security of tenure from the commission and other integrity institutions.
Charles J. L. Gibson, the chair of the Presidential Investigation Team Technical Committee set up to investigate the alleged missing billions of dollars in Liberian banknotes, says several names will soon be removed from the government’s travel restriction list.
On October 4, members of the Presidential Investigation Team set up by President George Weah to probe the alleged disappearance of billions in Liberian banknotes said they would take at least six weeks to conclude their investigation.
The Liberian government says it has submitted a request to the United Nations, the African Union, and ECOWAS for expert assistance in the ongoing investigation involving the Central Bank of Liberia.
Following the establishment of a team to investigate the whereabouts of the missing L$16 billion in newly printed banknotes, the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission has expressed dissatisfaction over its exemption.