Musa Bility Opposes War, Economic Crimes Court Establishment


Business tycoon turned politician, Musa Bility firmly opposes the establishment of War and Economic Crimes Court in Liberia; describes those making the calls as hypocrites

Nimba County Electoral District Seven Representative-elect, Musa Hassan Bility has strongly defined his opposition role against the establishment of War and Economic Crimes Court in Liberia.

Speaking on Truth FM over the weekend in the City of Paynesville, the business tycoon turned politician stressed that Liberia and its citizens are not ready yet for such courts in the country.

He also termed those calling for the establishment of the courts as hypocrites, adding that when the appropriate time comes, the citizens themselves will lead the way by calling on the international community to establish the WECC.

Mr. Bility further questioned those calling for the court to be established in Liberia, including the international community when they failed to make similar calls during the 12 years of the former President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf regime and the six years of outgoing President George Manneh Weah government.

Mr. Bility noted that there is no sincerity in the calls of those individuals making the calls, saying that there is a sinister motive behind their move which he considered unfair to others.

At the same time, Musa Hassan Bility said he shall be ready for the establishment of the War and Economic Crimes Court in the country if the security of Liberians is guaranteed and the justice system is up to the task.

Source: Bana FM Liberia

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