Taskforce Releases ‘Persons of Interest’

first_imgThe Special Presidential Taskforce has released an initial list of ‘persons of interest’ for a compliance screening exercise on all General Auditing Commission (GAC) reports that are not currently being investigated by the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) or prosecuted by the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) in the country.The Minister of State without Portfolio and Chair of the Taskforce, Cllr. J. Fonati Koffa, says the exercise effectively began on Monday, June 6.He said the names will be updated every week depending on how issues raised in the GAC reports are resolved. The Taskforce emphasized further that each person of interest has a period of 30 days to contact the office of the Minister of State without Portfolio responsible for compliance review to respond to the concerns raised in the GAC reports.Those concerned are asked to contact cell numbers 0886775571 or 0770130629 to schedule an appointment, a release said.Meanwhile, the Taskforce has noted that the pending exercise is purely administrative, and not an investigatory or prosecutorial process. “Our role is not to investigate and prosecute the GAC report. Our role at this point is to do compliance screening; to assist the GAC; ensuring that answers to the questions that were left unanswered are resolved. If we find improprieties, we will refer those to the LACC,” the Taskforce Chair clarified. Attached are the initial names of those persons of interest listed for the exercise:Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Man Utd’s £40m bid for PL striker is a ‘huge risk’ – fans react to transfer link

first_img Harry Kane 1 Harry Kane is a man in demand.The striker’s breakthrough season has not gone unnoticed by the Premier League’s elite.Although Tottenham Hotspur will, understandably, be desperate to retain the 21-year-old’s services, it seems that several of their domestic rivals are sniffing around.Manchester United are apparently very keen, so much so that they are being tipped to make a £40 million bid for the England forward to bolster their faltering front line.Kane is one of the 17 most valuable players in world football, after all, while Rodney Marsh thinks the Spurs Golden Boy is worth £100 million.But how did the fans react to reports linking Kane to Old Trafford? Is he worth such a huge fee? Or is he yet to prove his worth?talkSPORT has the Twitter low-down…last_img read more