Supreme Court denied suspended LTA Official writ of Prohibition

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The Supreme Court of Liberia has denied to issue a writ of Prohibition to the bill of information filed, for the suspended Liberia Telecommunications Authority Board of Commissioners. It can be recalled that President Jospeh N. Boakai, Sr.on Friday April 25,2024, suspended the entire Board of Commissioners at the  LTA on grounds of alleged financial malfeasances at the institution. In same communication, the President commissioned an investigation of the LTA and appointed an acting Board of Commissioners to steer the affairs of the Liberia Telecommunications Authority. But, the suspended Board of Commissioners then prayed for a writ of prohibition against the President’s suspension and filed a bill of information before the Honorable Supreme Court on yesterday. On today, the Honorable Supreme Court denied to issue a writ of Prohibition to the bill of information filed, for the suspended Liberia Telecommunications Authority Board of Commissioners. With this latest decision by the highest court, many Liberians are now left pondering over, what’s the next move, in this grand game of legal chess being played by the President and the suspended LTA Commissioners. Historically speaking, suspended Commissioners of the LTA, have never returned to work. Referencing same in 2009, under President Sirleaf and 2020, under President Weah.  DN-News Liberia

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