The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission investigative report has indicted twelve public officials for alleged corruption at the Liberia Water & Sewer Corporation and the National Port Authority.
The LACC on Wednesday according to our Judicial Correspondent said the twelve individuals’ names have been forwarded to the Ministry of Justice for either full restitution of public resources or risk being prosecuted in line with the laws of Liberia.
At the LWSC, the LACC named Dwana Kamara, Moseray Momo, Mcarthur Hilton, George Nyenkan, Sensee Morris, Marzar Jarzar, and Shad Massaquoi for several transactions that violated established government regulations.
At the NPA, the LACC named Charles Gull, former Port Manager Buchanan Port, Amara Kamara, Finance Officer, Solomon Jeffery, Out-Port Auditor Manager-Port, Emmanuel Davies, Port Security Facility Officer, Tiabor Karteh Pier Superintendent, and Philip Weeks Doe, Port Superintendent of Arcelor Mittal.
They were held liable for the missing of three hundred thousand United States Dollars at the Buchanan Port.
The LACC claimed that its finding was based on documents it received and reviewed where these individuals’ names willfully manipulated the system, created fake board resolutions, and transferred legitimate government resources into private accounts for personal distributions.
The Commission says it is prepared to jointly work with the Ministry of Justice to ensure these individuals face the full weight of the law.