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…ANC Political leader, Alexander Cummings says, at no time he gave US $6-million to Unity Party Joseph Boakai to back off from the CPP’s race.

Though Mr. Cummings admitted that he met Mr. Boakai in Ghana recently to discuss problems within the CPP, he ruled out the possibility of asking the Unity Party political leader to take US $6-million to pull out of the CPP’s standard bearer race.

Mr. Cummings who is accused of alleged forgery and criminal conspiracy vowed to support anybody who becomes victorious to head the CPP’s ticket in 2023; stating that he is not ambitious to head the CPP’s ticket, as many think.

The ANC leader said his decision to contest for the presidency is to end the culture of impunity, change the system for the better and see the country move in the right direction.

… Liberia’s former Airport Authority Managing Director, Ellen Corkrum sent to jail for over three years by a U.S. court, for receiving over $6 million dollars in fraudulent earnings

A release from the U.S. Department of Justice issued on Tuesday, reveals that Madam Cockrum who had her name changed to Hunter Van-Pelt was engaged into a bank fraud which comes in conflict with the U.S. Paycheck Protection Program – a scheme designed to help legitimate businesses and their workers through depths of the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to the U.S. Department of Justice release, Madam Corkrum, during the legal proceeding, submitted six false and fraudulent PPP loan applications between April 27, 2020 and June 17, 2020.

The release furthered, as owner of six entities that sought PPP loans in the U.S, Madam Corkrum falsely represented the average monthly payroll and the number of employees working for the relevant company, and also submitted false bank statements, payroll reports and IRS records in connection with her application.

… As Benoni Urey ALP takes Cummings to court, eleven executive members of his party, have terminated their membership ; citing mismanagement and other vices as reasons for their action.

Reading the position statement of the eleven members Wednesday, ALP Vice Chair for Political Affairs, Momo Sambola said, their decision to exit the ALP is based upon the Party’s pending decision to pull out of the CPP.

According to Sambola , the process of a united CPP is being undermined by the decision of the ALP to withdraw from the opposition collaboration.

The ALP former vice Chair termed as unfortunate, to see a disintegrated collaboration, stating that he and other ALP supporters cannot afford to support a disorganised body.

Executives who resigned from Benoni Urey’s ALP include: Janjay Zodagar of Rivercess, Elis Kofa, Sinoe, Robert Jackson, Grand Bassa, Wellington Kollie, Vice Chair for Grand Bassa, Miatta Fahnbulleh, Grand Cape Mount and Mohammed Sheriff of Lofa Counties.

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