UPDATE: As Liberians Hunt For ‘Missing Billions’, Court Orders 35 CBL Employees Not To Leave The Country

CBL Executive Governon, Nathaniel Patray

As Liberians anxiously wait for the discovering of the missing 15 billion Liberians dollars mysteriously disappeared in thin air allegedly onboard containers from the Freeport of Monrovia and the Roberts International Airport, authority at the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) upon Court’s orders has ordered 35 of its employees not to leave the country based upon Court’s order

A statement issued late yesterday by the CBL and aired on a local radio station, there was no further detail as to why these employees were ordered barred from leave the country, but analysts believed the bank’s decision may the result of an in house investigation regarding the missing money which was to have been deposited at the bank but instead to an unknown location.

Those banned from traveling out of Liberia include: Dr. Milton Weeks, Charles Sirleaf, Dorbor Hagba, Richard H. Walker, Adolphus Forkpah, Cyrus Badio, Amie N. Rogers, Michael B. Ogun, James Wilfred, Joseph K. Jallah, Mounir Siaplay, Supuwood T. Tarpeh, Mussa A. Kamara, Mustapha E. Sherman, Sylvia Tarkpah, Joyce J. Dolo, George Wilson, Miatta Oberly Kuteh, Marica E. Grigsby-Toe, Musulyn RB Jackson, Maaka Amnlard, Prince Bull, Solomon Jaykpah, Theodoria, B. Jreh, oldada Deshield, Ophelia Nyenpan Barquolleh, Gabriel Zinnah ,Davison Lillie Ballah, Andrew Pabai, Edwina Edet, William Dargbeh, Stephen Nyenma, David M. Wilson, Lawrence Sirleaf.

The court order to the sheriff reads: “You’re hereby ordered to arrest the living bodies of the defendants herein above named of the City of Monrovia, Montserrado County, the Republic of Liberia before this Honorable Court to answer to criminal charges levied against them by the Republic of Liberia, by and thru the Ministry of Justice.”

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