Liberia: Commercial Court Judge Issues Writ of Arrest for LACC Chairman and Commissioners over Refusal to Remit Former Employees’ Salary Deductions - News Summed Up

Liberia: Commercial Court Judge Issues Writ of Arrest for LACC Chairman and Commissioners over Refusal to Remit Former Employees’ Salary Deductions


Liberia: Commercial Court Judge Issues Writ of Arrest for LACC Chairman and Commissioners over Refusal to Remit Former Employees’ Salary DeductionsMonrovia – An arrest warrant has been issued by Commercial Court’s Chief Judge Eva Mappy Morgan for the Executive Chairperson of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC), Cllr, Nudubusi Nwabudike, along with other top officials over the Commission’s consistent violation of the court’s order. George Dahn, among others to give reasons, if any, why they should not be arrested for disobeying the order of the court and in total defiance of the authority of the Commercial Court. Following legal proceedings at the court, Judge Morgan ruled in favor of the former workers and ordered the LACC to pay US$61,799, inclusive of court costs, statutory interest and successful attorney fees. Between 2019 and 2020, the LACC refused to honor series of Writ of Executions from Judge Morgan but they were all ignored, said Atty. The Judge, “apparently fed up with LACC irresponsible behavior” decided enough is enough and issued an arrest order for all Commissioners and Senior Management of LACC.


Source: Front Page Africa January 22, 2021 01:52 UTC



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