AFRICA CENTER FOR LAW WRITES TO Remind President Trump About Liberia’s Plight 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 in particular 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.