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John Sembe Morlu


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Heroes and villains

The GAC has been starved of funds and political support ever since she refused to renew the contract of its crusading chief, John Sembe Morlu II, in 2011 (AC Vol 52 No 15, Honesty – not the easiest policy)...


Oil blocks and shocks

In April 2011, the GAC, under the then Auditor General John Sembe Morlu, provided a damning critique of Nocal's 2006-08 financial operations...


Feted and berated

It was in that year that Johnson-Sirleaf clashed with a crusading and effective anti-corruption head of the General Auditing Commission, John Sembe Morlu, and refused to keep him on when his contract came up for renewal (AC Vol 52 No 15, Honesty – not the easiest policy)...


A low-key second term

Ngafuan memorably locked horns with John Morlu II during the latter’s high profile stewardship of the General Audit Commission (AC Vol 51 No 52)...


Less debt, more deals

Ngafuan’s department has come under scrutiny from the European Union-backed General Auditing Commission (GAC), headed by John Sembe Morlu...


A second term for Sirleaf

The ministries of Health, Education, Mines and Finance have all been slammed by the Auditor General, John Morlu, over several million dollars of unaccounted funds...


Graft never really went away

Last year, Liberia's European Union-funded Auditor General, John Morlu, said Johnson Sirleaf's government was 'three times more corrupt' than the regime under Bryant...


In cabinet

John Morlu, Bureau of Maritime Affairs: a presidential candidate who backed Sirleaf in the second round; he has worked at the Bureau for over 20 years and headed its financial office in the USA...


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