Liberian Businessman Files Complain To ECOWAS Court For Redress In US$3.4M

Mr. Amos P.K. Brosuis Chief Executive Officer, Ducor Petroleum Incorporated

The longstanding trial at the Commercial Court for nearly six years now involving a Liberian businessman, Amos P.K. Brosius of the Ducor Petroleum Incorporated (DPI) and the Monrovia Oil Trading Company (MOTC) owned by a Belgium businessman, Charles Carron and others at the Commercial Court of Liberia seems to be endless as the case continue to drags on.

As a result of the delay to render justice to who justice is due, Mr. Amos P.K. Brosius months ago filed a complaint to the ECOWAS Court asking the Court to look into the case and render justice to whom justice is due, therefore, according him he pray the Court’s intervention for a redress in order to recover his money, the US$3.4 Million.

According to report, the case is currently before the Court in the Nigerian capital, Abuja, awaiting to be heard by the full bench of the ECOWAS Court as to who is actually in the wrong, and why the case continue to be dragged behind allegedly by the Commercial Court in Liberia.

Documents in the possession of this news outlet have confirmed that the complainant. Mr. Amos P.K. Brosius who is currently in Nigeria prayed to judges at the ECOWAS Court to see reason and allow justice to prevail in the case.

The ECOWAS Court has a twofold role to settle, in accordance with international law, legal disputes submitted to it by States (Contentious cases) and to give advisory opinions on legal questions referred to it by the member states and any institution of the Community.

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