Liberty Party’s Campaign Manager Wanted In Nigeria For US$2.4million ‘Crime’

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    The International Police Organization (INTERPOL) have issued an arrest warrant against Mr. Musa Hassan Bility for his extradition into the Federal Republic of Nigeria
    for investigation in connection with a US$2.4million alleged criminal transaction.
    He is being sued in Nigerian for “criminal breach of Trust, cheating and issuance of dud cheques in a multimillion dollar petroleum deal.
    Mr. Kunle Roberts a Nigerian oil merchant filed the lawsuit and Nigerian law enforcement authorities and INTERPOL have asked counterparts in Liberia and across the world to help arrest Billity and ”obtain his statement under caution.”
    INTERPOL notification alleges Bility has been using diplomatic passport to avoid arrest when traveling away from Liberia.
    On 20 July, 2017, INTERPOL-Abuja alerted: “The Bureau reported the incident to INTERPOL Liberia, Monrovia and a warrant of arrest has been issued for his arrest by a competent court of jurisdiction in Nigeria. Similarly, subject has been published wanted through INTERPOL Red notice No.2017/134358.”
    Nigerian businessman Kunle Roberts has complained that in March 2012, his company Drake Alliance Oil Trading FZE reached an agreement with Bility’s Nexis Enterprise Inc. and Srimex Oil and Gas for the shipment of petroleum products for Bility’s companies in Liberia.
    Kunle said he delivered 9,671.496 metric tons but Bility and companies refused to pay US$2,450,000 (two million, four hundred and fifty thousand United States dollars), representing the total value of the supplied consignment.
    To settle his obligation with the Nigerian, Bility promised to be paying US$50,000 monthly until 2015. But when it was time to pay, Bility issued two bad checks totaling US$250,000 each.
    Bility who resigned from the ruling Unity Party in February this year, now sits in the opposition Liberty Party (LP) managing the presidential campaign of former Senate Chief Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine.
    He did not comment on the matter although contacted through mobile SMS and three phone calls.