By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Officials of the Liberian Football Association, LFA have announced the discontinuance of investigation mission against former Liberia football association boss Musa Bility.
LFA released a statement on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, confirming the latest twist in the famous saga.
Musa Bility’s reputation in the football industry suffered a hit last year, when reports from the Confederation of African, CAF accused the then CAF executive committee member and president of the LFA of corruption, and swindling money meant for the development of football in his country.
Reports back then suggested, a certain $200 000 destined for the LFA from CAF was rather paid into an unidentified account in Poland.
The accusations provoked local investigation championed by Liberia National Police’s inspector general, Patrick Sudue.
The investigations which began in September 2018, just after current LFA president, Mustapha Raji replaced Musa Bility.
In February 2019, Bility was at the Liberia National Police to shed light on the transfer of US$200,000 from CAF’s accounts, to the accounts of Rosenbaum Contemporary Group in Poland.
Erstwhile LFA Secretary-general Emmanuel Deah and the CAF Finance Department were all questioned during the fact-finding mission at the request of the CAF Compliance Committee.
The investigations have come to an end with the conclusion that, CAF will repay the money into the LFA account.
Therefore, as a part of the CAF regular grants to its member associations, LFA will receive the above-mentioned $200,000 plus its regular $200,000 whenever the next payments of the regular CAF to its member associations.
Musa Bility will continue serving his 10-year FIFA ban for financial offences.
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