Deputy Central Bank Governor for Operations, Charles Sirleaf has contradicted revelations by former CBL Executive Governor Milton Weeks that the bank did not get authorization from the legislature to print additional L$10.5 million new banknotes.
Former Central Bank Governor Milton Weeks has admitted before the plenary of the House of Representatives that the printing of the additional L$10.5 billion new banknotes was not authorized by the legislature.
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.
Rep. Larry P. Younquoi has broken his silence on the case of the alleged missing billions. The lawmaker from of Nimba’s eighth district is calling for the former Central Bank governor, Milton A. Weeks, to be jailed.
The Monrovia City Court has placed a travel ban on 35 individuals it described as persons of interest in the ongoing investigation for the alleged disappearance of billions of dollars in newly printed Liberian banknotes from the Central Bank of Liberia.
Milton A. Weeks has resigned as executive governor of the Central Bank of Liberia.
The Senate has concurred with the lower house to ratify the US$536 million road financing loan agreement to fund its coastal road project to connect southeastern counties.
Nearly one year after a taskforce was charged with determining the issues contributing to a low percentage of women on company boards in Liberia, that taskforce has presented its findings and recommendations.