Monrovia – A little over a week now, after the Central Bank of Liberia called on the government of Liberia to remove the names of its employees placed on travel ban, the Monrovia City Court has issued an order removing the names of CBL employees. Those removed from the travel ban included Mr. Charles Sirleaf, son of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Reported by Al-Varney Rogers [email protected]The travel ban, which was placed due to the controversy surrounding the alleged missing L$16 billion, begs more questions than answered. Legal luminaries have argued that the action of the City Court to issue a travel ban without a main action before the court was illegal. The above-named persons are therefore at liberty and free to leave the Republic of Liberia to foreign parts to attend official business of the Central Bank of Liberia.
Source: Front Page Africa October 11, 2018 02:48 UTC