A Guinean national has been incarcerated at the Monrovia Central Prison pending trial for allegedly impersonating as an American citizen.
Farul B. Kromoh, 28, was arrested at the Roberts International Airport (RIA) by immigration officers on June 16, 2015 upon arrival from Casablanca, Morocco, where he was rejected by security officers and repatriated to Liberia, according to a Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization (BIN) charge sheet.
The charge sheet indicated that immigration officers discovered that the passport Kromoh was carrying belonged to one Suleiman Kalifala Donzo, a US citizen, to whom it was issued by the United States Government on July 19, 2013.
According to the charge sheet, Kromoh said during preliminary investigation he obtained the passport for the sum of US$500 to facilitate his travel to the United States as a US citizen.
The charge sheet stated that Kromoh admitted to the charge of theft of property in violation of the Penal Code and the new Alien and Nationality Law of Liberia.