Liberia: Cllr. Kruah Says He Pays Again Cash

Liberia: Cllr. Kruah Says He Pays Again Cash

By Lincoln G. Peters

-but denies receipt and writes Boakai

Liberia’s Justice Minister-designate, Cllr. Cooper W. Kruah, who’s entangled in a monetary fraud towards a shopper that he labored for, says he paid in full the quantity of US$ 105, 33924 to the Manor River Agriculture Rehabilitation and Improvement Company (MARDCO) as mandated by the Grievance and Ethics Committee (GEC) of the Supreme Court docket of Liberia, however MARDCO insists it has not been paid the complete sum, as Cllr. Kruah was mandated to do.

Regardless of refusing to overtly touch upon the matter, Cllr. Kruah on Wednesday gave the NEW DAWN receipts and paperwork, indicating that he had restituted the cash and absolutely complied with the choice of the GEC.

The corporate alternatively has disputed Cllr. Kruah’s declare of full settlement in one in all its complaints alleged that the receipts have been manipulated.

As if its allegations weren’t sufficient, in a most up-to-date letter written by the corporate (MARDCO) to President Joseph Nyumah Boakai and Vice President Jeremiah Ok. Koung dated January 7, 2024, the corporate contends that it has not obtained full restitution, thus looking for intervention of the Presidency.

“With honor and nice respect, we write to humbly convey to your consideration and to hunt your intervention to amicably resolve a matter of economic dispute between Manor River Agriculture Rehabilitation and Improvement Company and Cllr. Cooper Kruah of the Henries and Henries Legislation Agency and Justice Minister-designate”, the communication reads.

It continues: “The stated quantity of US$ 58,814.08 which represents the steadiness that’s nonetheless resulting from MARDCO with him, Cllr. Kruah. We’re kindly asking in your intervention as an establishment with funding and want to proceed to buttress efforts of the federal government by offering job alternatives for among the Liberian residents.”

Accordingly, the letter discloses that Cllr. Kruah did obtain on behalf of the corporate 100 eight thousand, 9 hundred forty-one United States {Dollars} and sixty-five cents (US4108,941.65) from proceeds of MARDCO’s rubber from Sierra Leone that was confiscated and bought in Liberia by the Civil Legislation courtroom.

The corporate additional argues that the alleged actions of Cllr. Kruah has induced it severe embarrassment for the continuation of operation to settle its obligations resulting from its staff and land house owners each in Liberia and Sierra Leone, respectively.

“Your excellences, Cllr. Kruah was investigated and located responsible of moral apply as a lawyer by the Grievance and Ethics Committee of the Supreme Court docket and he intentionally refused and failed to stick to the discovering and proposals of the disciplinary committee of the Supreme Court docket”, the letter states.

Based mostly upon that, the corporate says they’ve been compelled to convey to the eye of the President and his Vice, Koung, to kindly see cause and intervene to have Cllr. Kruah restitutes the quantity accordingly.

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