Sheikh Al-moustapha Kouyateh, a one-time staunch supporter of President George Manneh Weah has publicly indicted the President noting that he is allegedly involved in secret killings, and massive corruption.
Speaking a local talk show, precisely OK FM early this week, Sheikh Al-moustapha Kouyateh opened up again. He claimed that the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has invited the Liberian leader to its headquarters, claiming to show Weah evidence of him and some of his officials of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) administration stealing the Liberian people’s money, including others…
Recently, the Director of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) William Joseph Burns was in Liberia – visited Liberia’s National Security Agency (NSA) and had a one-on-one meeting with the Liberian leader, President George Manneh Weah, however, details of the meeting were not disclosed.
When asked about the CIA boss’s visit to Liberia, the Liberian Justice Minister Frank Musa Dean said he has no comment to make and there is no story.
However, Sheikh Al-moustapha Kouyateh has been openly disclosing and alleging that President is stealing public money; and that the President was involved in the killings of the four Liberian auditors.
The deaths of the four editors, which occurred over eight days, from October 3-10, 2020, involved Emmanuel Barten Nyeswua, director general, Liberia Internal Audit Agency, and Albert Peters, Gifty Lama, and George F. Fanbutu, all with the Liberia Revenue Authority.
Mr Kouyateh also told newsmen that the three missing Liberian men, the President also has his hands in their disappearance, including the killing of an officer of the elite Executive Protection Service (EPS), Melvin Alex Early.
On Friday morning the 19th of February officer Early reportedly shot himself three times in the head in Tappita, Nimba County while on duty on the President’s county tour.
“I have evidence. I can prove it. President Weah has blood on his hands,” Kouyateh told newsmen on Sunday, February 5, 2023, after Sunday service at Senator Prince Johnson’s church…
It can be recalled that on October 17, 2020, Robert M. Blamo, Jr, 29, Siafa Gbana Boimah, 34, and Bobby S. Gbeanquoi, 32, were reported drowned in a river in Fuama district, lower Bong County when a canoe they were allegedly riding capsized while returning to their respective homes.
They were reportedly contracted to do a “piece of job” at the Oriental mining company owned and operated by Mr Moses H. Ahossouhe (Proprietor of St. Moses Funeral Parlour), and one Mr Abraham S. Samuels. It was reported by Mr Ahoussouhe that the three young men drowned.
Kouyateh, a staunch supporter of President Weah and the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has since denounced his membership from the party, alleging massive corruption…
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