Charles Sirleaf (middle) Photo Credit: FrontPage Africa
Some tellers of Guaranty Trust (GT) Bank, Liberia, are alleged to have stolen whopping $700,000 and LD$10 million from the personal account of Charles Sirleaf, son of former Liberian President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
Mr. Sirleaf, former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia, according to local media outlet, FrontPage Africa, has reportedly filed a complaint against the Guaranty Trust Bank, alleging that some of its tellers stole the above mentioned sums of monies from his personal account.
According to reports, the President George Weah-led government has indicated that “persons of interest” are cooperating with the investigation.
The allegations come barely 72 hours after the Government of Liberia dropped charges against Mr Sirleaf and several executives at the Central Bank of Liberia in connection with the missing LD16 billion scandal, reports say.
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