Nigerian Pastor linked to black money spread

Police is said to be investigating a Nigerian National Amos John Iledare who is linked to a black money spread.
Mr. IIedare who is pastoring the Testimony Church of God in Duazon,Robersfield High Way,Margibi County was reportedly along with his son John Gbatu arrested on May 25,2018 at 14:52 hours by police officers while in possession of 3,600usd,denomination of 50.
According to police inspector General Patrick Sudu suspect Pastor Amos is under going police investigation following the arrest.
He urged all Liberians including the business community to look out for said counterfeit money when they do come across it and report to the LNP in a timely faction.
In a related development and in a move to crack down on criminals across the Country, police also attested three armed robbers in the King Gray, Paynesville Community.
It can be recalled that officers of the Police Support Unit including the Emergency Support Unit in early April dislodged the homes of several criminals and drug users including arresting them in the same King Gray community.
Those arrested on May 24th are:Richard W.Boandolo,twenty one years,who is considered as the ring leader,Jackson Joe age eighteen and Junior Kollie age twenty seven.
The three suspects are all residents of the notorious King Gray Community and were arrested with cutlasses,pin-bar and other deadly weapons and forcibly entered the building belonging to Shen Tai inc.
While carry out their usual act the three suspects assaulted two Chinese National identified as Yao Rui Wa and Zheng Huang Gun and made away with several properties.
Zheng Guang Yun was brutally beaten and was taken to one of the Chinese Clinic for treatment due to the wounds sustained.
According to police boss,the robbers made away with several valuable items to include: One black Samsung,One black iPhone,one white Chinese phone,Cash of 3,000usd 100,000LRD and a save but however with the police intervention the save was retrieved.
Meanwhile the suspects are also under going police investigation.
In the wake of the increase in criminal activities in Liberia couple with low budgetary support the police is trying their weak way possible to reduce criminal activities nationally.
Speaking on the Konton show Monday morning police spokesman Moses Carter noted that in the absence of limited budgetary support the police will not be affective as it should be.
Currently the police budget was reduce from 16m to 15m as he is appealing for an increment of at least 20m.