CDC Ties Liberty Party To Alleged Missing Billions
– Wants Party Probed Over Fleet Of Vehicles Procured For 2017 Elections
Governing CDC wants opposition Liberty Party probed over a fleet of vehicles procured during last year’s election; says the pick-ups were brought in when the reported missing billions were printed.
The National Chairman of the governing Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) Mulbah Morlu has called on the special presidential investigative team to invite the opposition Liberty Party in the ongoing investigation surrounding the alleged missing 16 billion dollars.
Chairman Morlu said it was necessary for the party to provide an explanation on where it got its money to procure thirty campaign vehicles that were used by the party in the 2017 elections.
The CDC Chairman said the Liberty party’s vehicles arrived into the country in 2017 when the Liberian dollar bank notes were printed.
He spoke in Nimba County during the weekend when some Nimbaians declared their membership to the Congress for Democratic Change.
According to Morlu, the money was printed prior to the election of President Weah.
Meanwhile, Several Chiefs and Elders of Nimba County have openly begged President George Weah to appoint their kinsmen to positions in government.