Reading the joint statement, MRUYP
speaker Mohammed Massaley cautions the ring leaders of the June 7 protest and all concern to disembark from the process because Liberia's peace is fragile and the economy unfavorable.
They however plead with the Carter Center to hold on all legal actions against the MRUYP as it has already began collaborating with the Ministry of Justice, the Liberia Anti Corruption Commission (LACC), the General Auditing Commission (GAC) and the Ministry of Youth and Sports to resolve the situation.
MRUYP Liberia Chapter acknowledges receiving a complaint from the Carter Center about the misappropriation of $US12, 000 given to the institution, but accuses former speaker James Kolleh of allegedly misusing the money.
MRUYP on 11 March 2018 impeached and subsequently expelled Mr.
MRUYP therefore says the communication from Carter Center came as no surprise to members of the parliament because it is a clear prove and provides alleged evidence to the many financial mal - practices carried out by Mr.