The Monrovia City Court has rejected a petition filed before it, by the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission, to prevent former Roberts International Airport Boss John Allen Klayee from leaving Liberia.
The court in its ruling on Monday denied the LACC Ne-Exeat Republica Petitinoed, ordered that Bishop Klayee is a free man and has all rights to travel within and out of Liberia.
The defendant is still undergoing investigation at the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission, but the Liberia Anti Corruption without an outcome of its ongoing investigation, petitioned the court to prevent them from traveling out of Liberia.
In his rulings Judge Jomah Jallah said consistent with the Supreme Court’s opinion, there must be a pending matter before the said writ is issued.
Though according to him, the LACC may have conducted its own investigation before proceeding to court, it does not warrant sufficient proof to grant such writ.
According to Judge Jallah, there is no pending matter before the court to warrant such writ.
As a result, he ordered the writ issued by the LACC quash and dismissed and order the clerk of the court to informed all relevant authorities that Co-defendant Klayee in the case, government of Liberia versus Bishop Klayee of the RIA, Duana Kamara of the LWSC, Buchanan Port Chief Statistician Amara Kamara and his Boss Charles MacArthur Degaul and others.