Former officials of the Central Bank of Liberia, including Charles Sirleaf, son of the former president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, were arraigned in a Monrovia court for economic sabotage, criminal conspiracy, criminal facilitation and money laundering. The suspects pleaded not guilty but were denied bail by the court.
Sirleaf, Weeks Plead Not Guilty
African Arguments, 10 September 2019
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New Dawn, 27 August 2019
Former Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) Executive Governor Milton A. Weeks and others have been ordered to file LD$1,058,000,000 bond each for money laundering, after their request to… Read more »
Charles Sirleaf and his five co-accused were initially charged with economic sabotage, misuse of public funds and criminal conspiracy. However, following a report looking into the ... Read more »