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Africa Center for Law writes President Trump regarding Liberia

U.S. President Donald J. Trump, Sr. in the Oval Office with staff in late 2017


H.E. Donald J. Trump
President of United States of America
1600 Pennsylvania Ave
NW, Washington, DC 20500

Your Excellency:

On behalf of the Africa Center for Law and Human Rights (Africa Center for Law), we have the honour to present you compliments, and avail of this opportunity to express to you, the government and people of the United States congratulations on a very successful first year anniversary as President of the United States. Through this letter Africa Center for Law, endeavors to formally request of you and the government of the United States the application of justice without pause to all officials and former officials of the Government of Liberia. We also write to entreat you and the Government of the United States to invoke and apply the 21 December 2017, Executive Order of the United States to former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the Sirleaf’s family, and key officials of President Sirleaf and her Government. Africa Center for Law is also of the strong belief and conviction that President Sirleaf, her family and key officials of her government, are guilty of the crimes of money laundering, capital flights, corruption and the violation of the United States Foreign Corporate Corrupt Practices Act (FCCPA). And so, by extension and from all indications, President Sirleaf, key family members, friends, and officials are guilty of corruption and threat to national and international peace and security.

Also, we have no doubt that the officials and former officials of the Government of Liberia are expressly and knowingly guilty of the violation of human rights. In this connection, we would like to avail of this opportunity  to present to you and the Government of the United States the names of current and former officials of the Johnson Sirleaf led government, in particular, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the Sirleaf’s family members, key officials and former officials of the Government of Liberia to be listed and covered by the 21 December, 2017, Executive Order of the United States and in accordance with these orders, the officials and former officials be barred from the shores of the United States, their ill-gotten properties confiscated, seized and their collective and individual bank accounts and balances frozen, seized and return to Liberia and the people of Liberia.

1.1 (a) Background of the Problem

The foregoing analysis and reflection on the culture of impunity in Liberia highlighted since 1847 to today, demonstrates that the fundamental problem facing Liberia (i.e. the Liberia’s conundrum) is not based on the strengths or weaknesses of a particular political party, civil society organization, ethnic grouping, Americo-Liberians or Aborigines; nor human rights issues, or political activism of a particular group of people; but rather, this is an aged-old systemic and structural problem of governance. Liberia as a nation has a Constitution and Government modeled after that of the United States; but disappointingly, successive Liberian governments and leaders have consistently and systematically refused to abide by the rule of law, human rights and the principle of good governance and accountability.

Hence, the cancerous problem facing pre and post war Liberia and its people, is the culture of impunity and the lack of moral and political will on the part of previous and current governments to implement the most needed structural and societal reforms in the general and common interest of the Republic and its people. As the saying goes, Liberia, is a nation of paradox; unlike the United States where there is a check and balance system in place to ensure good governance, accountability and the rule of law on the part of its citizens, irrespective of one’s social and political persuasion, status, or wealth, Liberia as a country, has a deficit when it comes to good governance, accountability and equal application of the Rule of Law.

       1.1(b) although 99% of Liberia’s past and present leaders are products of some of the most prestigious academic institutions in the world, (i.e. Harvard University, Yale, ect.) notwithstanding, they willfully refused to uphold ethical and judicious practices, and/or implement ethical business principles in accordance with industry good governance and acceptable legal standard. Past and Present governments in Liberia, have always operated without a clearly defined and measurable strategic plan covering their term of office. Universal ethical business standards all over the world demand that public officials be subjected to extensive background checks, which involve declaration of assets during and after employment, academic credentials, family background, criminal and work history, etc. before ascending to and continuing in office. In Liberia, it is business as usual and you don’t dare rock the boat.

        1.1(c) In the former government of Liberia and in Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s world, there are no ethical or business oriented standard. For instance, to deceive the Liberian people and international community as usual, on 22 August 2012, 46 government officials including the biological son of Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, were ordered suspended for what President Sirleaf referred to and termed as “failing to declare assets[1].” The unprecedented and inconsistent salary gap for the same positions, skills, qualifications, and experience for former government employees, local and Diaspora employment in Liberia, highlights the inconsistency and incompetence and total lack of respect for the rule of law, good governance, accountability, fairplay, justice and human rights in Liberia. For instance, between January – December 2017, US$449M (United States Four Hundred and forty-four dollars) belonging to the people of Liberia, were announced unlawfully wired out of Liberia in accordance to a statement written and published by Mr. Milton Weeks, Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL). Today, Liberia and its people are bankrupt as President Sirleaf leaves office on January 15, 2018.

        1.1(d) Prior to ascending to power and the Presidency and commander-in-chief of Liberia, Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her associates were highly consumed with being the most vocal critics of Liberian history. But today after assuming the Presidency and Power in Liberia, the story of development, advancement, good governance, and accountability in Liberia, stays the same; nothing has changed. Liberians are saying that the Sirleaf-led government is ten times more and intentionally corrupt than the governments of Presidents Edwin J. Barclay, Charles D.B. King, Samuel K. Doe, Charles G. Taylor and the late interim President Charles G. Bryant, who Mrs. Sirleaf arrested, imprisoned, released and later let go from further prosecution; believing that the Johnson Sirleaf-led government were to be doing the worst and repeating the identical and same bad governance.

Investments and No Development

1.1 (e) since she ascended to power and the Presidency of Liberia, the government of Mrs. Johnson Sirleaf formulated and signed into law investment contracts relating to nearly 70 foreign companies and concessions. The most permanent investors already operating in Liberia as President Sirleaf and her government depart the presidency and power in Liberia on January 15, 2018, unlawful and under constitutional arrangements are listed below:

Investment Table 2006 to 2017

MINING SECTOR CAPITAL POTENTIAL JOBS LOCATION
China Union/Bong Mines MDA $2.6 Billion 3,000 Bong County
BHP Billiton/Kitoma, Goe Fentro MDA $1.8 Billion 2,500 Lofa, Nimba Counties
Africa Aura (Gola Konneh) $150Million 200 Grand Cape County
AGRICULTURE  

 

Decoris Oil Palm Plantation $64Million 1,000 Maryland County
Sime Darby Gurthrie Plantation $800Million 30,000 Grand Cape County
Equatorial Palm Oil $100 Million 10,000 Grand Bassa County
HOTELS
Golden Gate Hotel/SKD Stadium $8 Million 100 Montserrado County
INDUSTRIES
BR Power 35MW Power Plants $150 Million 300 Grand Bassa County
FORESTRY
4 Forestry Management Contracts $60 Million 2,000 Various Counties
PETROLEUM
20 New Total Company Stations $20 Million 1,000 Various Counties
FINANCE
Access Bank $6 Million 100 Montserrado County
Liberian Enterprise Development Fund $8 Million 10 Montserrado County
Major Companies
Firestone Margibi County
Liberia Agricultural Company Grand Bassa

1.1(f) The above foreign investment record of concessions in Liberia shows that since January 15, 2006, the government of Mrs. Johnson Sirleaf has encouraged and signed billion of United States dollars worth of investment contracts with foreign investors, but the crimes of corruption, money laundering, and capital flight, property theft and other serious violations of the laws of Liberia, have reduced Liberia into the Sirleaf’s Family Enterprise Ltd; leaving Liberia and its people with the least to show resembling development and advancement in Liberia. At worst, it is reliably reported by Moore Stephens LLP in May 2013, that out of the nearly 70 concessional agreements signed into law by the government of Mrs. Sirleaf, a total of 68 of those contracts signed into law and permitting these foreign investors and companies to operate in Liberia, are in absolute and total violation of the Constitution, Statutory and Administrative Laws of Liberia as well as African Charter on Human Rights.[2]

        1.1 (g) To date, the Sirleaf-led government has remained mute and done nothing to remedy these violations of our laws. By compulsion, indigenous and native inherited lands are seized and given out to foreign investors without the people’s prior informed consent and compensation as demanded by national and international law. By law, the native inhabitants of indigenous lands must give their prior and informed consent to have their lands contracted out for investment’s purposes. Absolutely, the Sirleaf-led government careless about this law and rights of the people of Liberia; hence the following concessional agreements are in absolute violation of Liberia’s laws; and thus, constituted a ground for impeachment as provided for by the Constitution and Statutory laws of Liberia because of human rights violation. The 21 December 2017 Executive Orders of the United States of America, is good for Africa and Liberia.

Capital Flight in Liberia

        1.1(h) Corruption, Money Laundering, and Capital Flight are domestic and international crimes. When unchecked and controlled, developed and developing countries and their citizens are startled by war, conflict, terrorism and countless suffering. The table below shows how corruption, money laundering, and capital flight have engulfed Liberia and are responsible for the continual suffering of Liberia and its people and the intentional violation of the human and peoples’ rights in Liberia. Wesubmit that the December 21, 2017 Executive Orders of the United States of America, applies and should be applied to equally to officials and former officials of Liberia without pause.

Corruption Table 2013

KRL International, LLC #5788

1701 K Street, NW, Suite 550, Washington, DC 2006

Edward A. McCain

Liberia’s Minister of State for Presidential Affairs

Public Relations

Paid US$45,000 for 6 Months

LISCR, LLC #5490

8619 Westwood Center Drive

Suite 300

Vienna, VA 22182

LISCR, LLC # 5490 Maritime Support Services US$39,486,665 paid for 6 months

 

Corruption Table 2012

KLR International, LLC #5788

Suite 550, Washington, DC 20006

Edward A. McCain

Liberia’s Minister of State for Presidential Affairs

Public Relations

Paid US$30,000 for 6 Months

LISCR, LLC #5490

8619 Westwood Center Drive

Suite 300

Vienna, VA 22182

 

LISCR, LLC Maritime Support Services Paid US$37,583,564 for 6 Months

 

Corruption Table 2011

KLR International, LLC #5788

Suite 550, Washington, DC 20006

Edward A. McCain

Liberia’s Minister of State for Presidential Affairs

Public Relations

Paid US$30,000 for 6 Months

LISCR, LLC #5490

8619 Westwood Center Drive

Suite 300

Vienna, VA 22182

 

LISCR, LLC Maritime Support Services Paid US$34,878,080 for 6 Months

 

Corruption Table 2010

KLR International, LLC #5788

Suite 550, Washington, DC 20006

Edward A. McCain

Liberia’s Minister of State for Presidential Affairs

Public Relations

Paid US$60,000 for 6 Months

LISCR, LLC #5490

8619 Westwood Center Drive

Suite 300

Vienna, VA 22182

 

LISCR, LLC #5490

 

 

Maritime Support Services Paid US$29,459,2946 for 6 Mont

                                                          Corruption table 2009

JWI, LLC #4990

1401 k Street, N.W, Suite 400, 4th Floor

Washington, D C 20005

AmLib United Minerals (t)

 

JWI, LLC #4990

AmLib United Minerals (t)

Public Relations

Paid US$50,000 for 6 Months

KRL International, LLC #5788

1701 K Street, NW

Suite 550

Washington, DC 20006 

Edward A. McCain

Liberia’s Minister of State for Presidential Affairs

Public Relations

Paid US$40,000 for 6 Months

LISCR, LLC #5490

8619 Westwood Center Drive

Suite 300

Vienna, VA 22182

 

LISCR, LLC #5490

 

Maritime Support Services Paid US$19,225,0280 for 6 Months

Corruption Table 2008

JWI, LLC #4990

1401 k Street, N.W, Suite 400, 4th Floor

Washington, D C 20005

AmLib United Minerals (t)

JWI, LLC #4990

AmLib United Minerals (t)

Public Relations

Paid US$64,696.36

for 6 Months

KRL International, LLC #5788

1701 K Street, NW

Suite 550

Washington, DC 20006  

Edward A. McCain

Liberia’s Minister of State for Presidential Affairs

Public Relations

Paid US$68,209.34

for 6 Months

Radelet, Stevens Charles #5823 (T)

1776 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, 3rd Floor

Washington, DC 20036

Government of Liberia (t)

Government of Liberia Lobbying

Paid US$90.000 for 6 Months

LISCR, LLC #5490

8619 Westwood Center Drive

Suite 300

Vienna, VA 22182

LISCR, LLC #5490

 

Maritime Support Services Paid US$11,284,289 for 6 Months

 

Corruption Table 2007

Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, LLP #508
2000 Pennsylvania Avenue, NWWashington, DC 20006-1801
Liberian Government Legal and Other Services/Lobbying Paid US$228,933.70 for 6 Months
JWI, LLC #4990

1401 k Street, N.W, Suite 400, 4th Floor

Washington, D C 20005

AmLib United Minerals (t)

JWI, LLC #4990

AmLib United Minerals (t)

Public Relations

Paid US$105,772.58

for 6 Months

KRL International, LLC #5788

1701 K Street, NW

Suite 550

Washington, DC 20006   

Edward A. McCain

Liberia’s Minister of State for Presidential Affairs

Public Relations

Paid US$68,045

for 6 Months

 

Corruption Table 2006

LISCR, LLC #5490

8619 Westwood Center Drive

Suite 300

2222Vienna, VA 22182

LISCR, LLC #5490

 

Maritime Support Services Paid US$8,445,076 for 6 Months
Radelet, Stevens Charles #5823 (T)

1776 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, 3rd Floor

Washington, DC 20036

Government of Liberia (t)

Radelet, Stevens Charles #5823 (T)

Liberian Government

 

Lobbying

No Finances Not Reported

BKSH & Associates #5402

1110 Vermont Avenue, N.W.

Suite 1000

Washington, DC 20004

Liberian Government

Liberian Government Public Relations

Paid US$20,000 for 6 Months

JWI, LLC #4990

1401 k Street, N.W, Suite 400, 4th Floor

Washington, D C 20005

AmLib United Minerals (t)

JWI, L.L.C # 4990

AmLib United Mineral

 Public Relations

No Payment reported

LISCR, LLC #5490

8619 Westwood Center Drive

Suite 300

Vienna, VA 22182

LISCR, LLC #5490

 

Maritime Support Services Paid US$7,939,255 Months

[3]

1.1(i)  As reported by the United States Department of Justice and published on www.fara.gov, the government of Mrs. Johnson Sirleaf without appropriation and approval by the National Legislature of Liberia, went ahead, appropriated and spent about US$362,979,645 Million dollars on LISCR[4] for allegedly providing Maritime Support and Services to the government of Liberia from 2006 to 2013. Also, www.fara.gov, reports that from 2006 to 2013, the Government spent a total of US$341,254 on Mr. Edward A. McClain, Liberia’s former Minister of State for Presidential Affairs for purportedly providing public relations services to the government of Liberia. And, from 2006 to 2013, the government spent US$494,705 on other private companies to provide alleged lobbying services to the government of Liberia. Did the Sirleaf-led government get legislative appropriation and approval prior to spending the following amounts of money generated by Liberia’s Maritime Fund? Is the following spending in violation of Liberia’s Constitution? Do these extra-constitutional and statutory spending amounted to an impeachable offense and a good reason why the 21 December 2017 Executive Orders of the United States should and needs to include and cover officials and former officials of the government of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the Sirleaf families and President Sirleaf in name? The expenditure lends credence to the notion that poor people in rich countries like the United States are supporting rich people in poor countries through the aid programs, while officials of these countries squandered those resources with impunity.

The Legislative Power

        1.1 (j) Chapter 5, Article 29 of the Liberian Constitution provides that the legislative power of the Republic shall be vested in the Legislature of Liberia which shall consist of the Senate and House of Representatives; both of which must pass on all legislation. Consequently, the Legislature (the Liberian Legislature, Senate and House), shall have the powers to:

  1. Provide for and create new counties and other political subdivision
  2. Provide for the security of the Republic
  3. Provide for the Armed Forces of the Republic and make appropriations therefor
  4. Levy taxes, duties, imports, exercise and other revenues, to borrow money, issue currency, and make appropriations for the fiscal governance of the Republic, subject to the following qualifications:
  • All revenue bills, whether subsidies charges, imports, duties or taxes, and other financial bills, shall originate in the House of Representatives, but the Senate may propose or concur with amendments as on other bills.
  • No monies shall be drawn from the treasury except in consequence of appropriations made by the legislative enactment and upon warrant of the President; and no coin shall be minted, or national currency issued except by the expressed authority of the Legislature. An annual statement and account of expenditure of all public monies shall be submitted by the office of the President to the Legislature and published once a year. And,
  • No loans shall be raised by the Government on behalf of the Republic or guarantees given for any public institutions or authority otherwise than by or under the authority of a legislative enactment.[5]

1.1(k) Absolutely, no government of Liberia has the power to appropriate and spend a cent from out of the revenues and resources of Liberia, except by expressed appropriation enacted into law by the Legislature of the Republic of Liberia. No monies shall be drawn from the treasury of Liberia except in consequence of appropriations made by legislative enactment. The Johnson Sirleaf-led government in particular President Johnson Sirleaf, by improperly and expanding over US$400 Million dollars from the treasury of the government of Liberia without legislative enactment, by unlawfully and in the last 12 months wiring out of Liberia US$449 belonging to the people of Liberia in and of itself, violates the Constitution and human and people’s rights  of Liberians, and consequently this unlawful action of President Sirleaf, constitutionally amounts to threat to national and international peace and security. We submit, that the 21 December 2017 Executive Orders of the United States, covers Liberia and need to be invoked and evenhandedly applied to all former and current officials of the Government.

The Executive Power

        1.1(l) Chapter 6, Article 50 of the Liberian Constitution, provides that Executive Power of the Republic shall be vested in the President who shall be Head of State, Head of Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Liberia. Also, Chapter 6, Article 57, provides that the President shall have the power to conduct the foreign affairs of the Republic and in that connection, he/she is empowered to conclude treaties, conventions, and similar international agreements with the concurrence of the majority of each House of Legislature[6]. Under the Constitution and Statutory laws of Liberia, the President of Liberia has no expressed or implied power to raise and conclude investment contracts that are violative and repugnant to the Constitution and Statutory laws of Liberia. The nearly 350-page auditing report of Moore Stephens of May 2013, underscores and holds that all the concessional agreements executed by the government of Mrs. Sirleaf and personally signed into law by Mrs. Sirleaf, 68 out of the nearly 70 concessional agreements are in absolute violation of the Constitution and Statutory laws of Liberia. This willful violation of the Constitution, Statutory and Administrative laws of Liberia constitutes an impeachable offense under the Constitution and laws of Liberia.[7] We submit that the 21 December 2017 Executive Orders of the United States, covers and should apply evenhandedly to all officials and formers of the Johnson-Sirleaf led Government.

        1.1(m) What if Liberia under President Sirleaf and her leadership have properly managed the revenues and resources of Liberia, then and in that case, officials and former officials of the Government of Liberia, wouldn’t have been in violation of the human and peoples’ rights of Liberians and accordingly, not covered by the 21 December 2017, Executive Orders of the United States.

The Sirleaf-led Government

Office

Minister

Status

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Marjon Kamara

Former Minister

Ministry of Finance

Boima Kamara

Former Minister

Ministry of Finance

Amara Mohammed Konneh

Former Minister

Ministry of Justice & Attorney General

Frederick D. Cherue

Former Minister

Ministry of National Defense

Brownie J. Samukai

Former Minister

Ministry of Internal Affairs

Henrique Tokah

Former Minister

Ministry of Education

George Werner

Minister

Ministry of Post and Telecommunications

Frederic Norkeh

Former Minister

Ministry of Public Works

William Gudy Moore

Former Minister

 Ministry of Agriculture

Seklau Wiles

Former Minister

Ministry of Health and Social Welfare

Beatrice Dahn

Former Minister

Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism

Lenn Eugene Nagbe

Minister

Ministry of Lands, Mines, and Energy

Patrick Sendolo

Former Minister

Ministry of Commerce and Industry

Alex Addy

Former Minister

Ministry of Transport

Samuel Wlue

Former Minister

Ministry of Labor

Neto Zarzar Lighe

Former Minister

Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection

Julia Duncan-Cassell

Former Minister

Republic of Liberia

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Former President

 House of Representatives

Alex J. Tyler

Former Speaker

 Liberian Senate

G. Milton Finley

Former President Liberian Senate

Reepublic of Liberia

Joseph Nymah Boakai

Former Vice President

 Bureau of Maritime Affairs

Benoni Welfred Urey

Former Commissioner

Sister of Mrs. Sirleaf

Jennie Johnson Benard

Former Chair, Liberia Health System

National Oil Company of Liberia

Robert Alvin Sirleaf

Former Chairman

National Security Agency

Foumba Sirleaf

Former Director

National Investment Commission

Richard Tolbert

Former Chairman

House of Representatives

Edwin Melvin Snowe

Former Speaker

 Liberia Senate

H. Varney G. Sherman

 Senator

Central of Bank of Liberia

Charles Sirleaf

Former Governor

 Lands & Mines and Energy

Eugene Shannon

Former Minister

Ministry of Internal Affairs

Varney

Sirleaf

 Minister

Ministry of Justice

Benedict B. S. Sannoh

Former Minister

Liberia Senate

J. Milton Findley

Former Senator

Ministry of Interal Affairs

Varney

Sirleaf

Former Deputy Minister

Ministry of State

Morris Saytumah

Former Deputy Minister

National Port Authority

Matilda Parker

Former Managing Director

 LPRC

Sumo Kope

Former Managing

Director

 National Elections Commission

Jerome George Korkoya

Former Chairman

 Executive Mansion

Medina Wesseh

Former Director General of Cabinet

Ministry of Agriculture

Florence Chenoweth

Former Minister

House of Representatives

Moses Kollie

Representative

 Ministry of Internal

Varney Sirleaf

Acting Minister

LPRC

Edwin M. Snowe

Former Managing

Director

Good Governance Commission of Liberia

Amos C. Sawyer (PhD)

Former

Chairman

Attachments

§  Moore Stephens May 2013 Report on Liberia

§  Holding the Line, Global Witness 2017 Report

§  Smell-No-Taste, the Social Impact of Direct Investment in Liberia

§  The Deceivers- Global Witness Report on Liberia

§  Global Witness Curse or Cure: How Oil can boost or break Liberia’s postwar Recovery, 2011

§  Global Witness- Palm Oil, Poverty and Imperialism: A Reality check from Liberia, 2014

§  Global Witness – The New Snake Oil: The violence, threats, and false promises driving rapid palm expansion in Liberia, 2015

§  Global Witness – Liberia has Burn the Furniture to Warm the House, 2015

§  Liberian- 9- Corruption August 2017

§  Global Witness-Liberian Loggers’ Secret Tax Break Wipes of U$S13 of the Country Finances 2017

§  Global Witness Report – Watchdog Group Warns of Oil Corruption in Liberia, 2011

We want to seize this time and opportunity to wholeheartedly thank you and the people of the United States of America for your time and selfless and unconditional commitment to the rule of law, equal justice, humanity and human rights globally.

Respectfully Yours

_________________________________________________
Frederick A.B. Jayweh, Esq., B.A., LL.B., LL.M.
Counsellor-At-Law & International Affairs Director
Africa Center for Law and Human Rights (Africa Center for Law)
2055 S Oneida St., Suite 290
Denver, CO 80224
fjayweh@africacenterforlaw.com
Website: www.africacenterforlaw.com
Ph: 303-745-0276
Ph: 720-278-8735

[1] Liberia anti-corruption body accuses top security officials of failing to verify assets|http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/10/07/liberia-anti-corruption-body-accuses-top-security-officials-failing-to-verify/

[2] Liberia’s Johnson-Sirleaf defends governance record|http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/17/us-liberia-usa-johnsonsirleaf-idUSBRE94G0ZD20130517

[3] www.fara.gov _ Report to Congress

[4] http://liberiancorporations.com/

[5] Chapter 5: Articles 29, and 34 (a) through (d)(i) through (iii), 1986.

[6] Chapter 6, Articles 50 and 57 of the Liberian Constitution.

[7]  Moore And Stephen Report on Liberia, May 2013

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