Former Liberian governor to assist in corruption probe

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A shipment of banknotes, printed by Swedish firm Crane Currency, were shipped from Sweden

The former governor of the Central Bank of Liberia has been told not to leave the country as he continues to assist with an investigation into alleged corruption.

In a circular published by the country’s Ministry of Information, both Milton Weeks and Charles Sirleaf, a former deputy governor of the central bank, are identified as ‘people of interest’. 

“The government of Liberia has issued a national security circular, advising persons of interest who are required to assist with the ongoing

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