Families of Liberian central bankers seek funds for legal defence


The families of Liberian central bank deputy governor Charles Sirleaf and former governor Milton Weeks are seeking public donations to help fund their legal defence.

The two central bankers are facing charges of illegal mismanagement of a banknote contract with US-based Crane. Along with Sirleaf and Weeks, director of banking Dorbor Hagba is also facing trial on the same charges.

Sirleaf and Hagba were arrested on February 28. Later, on March 1, Weeks was arrested after handing himself in to

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