Legislator Calls for Probe into Leaked Assets of Former President of Liberia

2019 U.S. Independence Day Celebration at the U.S. Embassy in Monrovia, Liberia

Frank Saah Foko, a local legislator, has called on the House to launch an investigation into the leaked asset declaration documents of former Liberian President George Weah. Apexnewsgh reports

Mr Foko emphasized that publishing Weah’s asset details without his consent is a violation of privacy and illegal.

The source of the leak remains unknown, raising concerns among lawmakers who have summoned key officials from the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) to provide insights during a scheduled appearance on Tuesday.

During his tenure, Weah faced numerous allegations of corruption, tarnishing his reputation as the country’s leader. Following Weah’s exit from office, President Joseph Boakai, who emerged victorious in the November elections, publicly disclosed his assets in February.

Boakai has pledged to combat corruption and restore transparency in governance, signaling a shift towards accountability in the administration.


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