President Weah Accepts Nwabudike’s Resignation

Flashback: Cllr. Ndubusi Nwabudike receives his commission from President George Weah to head the LACC in 2018

President George Manneh Weah has accepted the resignation of Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission Chairperson, Cllr. Augustine Ndubuisi Nwabudike.

According to an Executive Mansion release, President Weah received the letter of resignation from Cllr. Nwabudike on Monday, February 1, 2021.

Receiving Mr. Nwabudike’s resignation letter, the Liberian Leader thanked him for his services to Liberia.

Cllr. Nwabudike’s resignation takes effect as of February 26, 2021.

He was appointed LACC’s Chairperson in October 2019. Cllr. Nwabudike was in 2018 appointed Chairperson of the Governance Commission (GC).

In his letter of resignation, dated January 27, 2021, Cllr. Nwabudike thanked President Weah for affording him the opportunity to serve in his government.

“The monumental progress made by the Government in the fight against corruption, both in the public and private sectors, is being marred by public debate of my person rather than what contribution I can make towards the economic development of our country,” Cllr. Nwabudike said in his letter of resignation.

He added: “It does not serve the overall strategic interest of your government and our people if I were to constitute a distraction from the national agenda that your government is poised to deliver to our people in the next three years of the Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD).”

Cllr. Nwabudike is expected to use the next few weeks to prepare a proper handover note for his successor.


  1. Thank you, Cllr. Nwabudike!
    Indeed, you love Liberia. You can stay and continue to do business in the country until you right the wrong.
    We did not kick against you because of your origin, but you must accept and uphold our laws.

    I will also like to say a big thank you to president Weah for listening to the people. That’s what democracy is all about.
    You swore to defend and uphold the Constitution of Liberia, so shall it be.

    Once again, a big thank you to both of you. Long live Liberia!

  2. This guy is a crook and he was exposed which reminds me of the former NYC Police Commissioner’s misfortune. When George W. Bush was President, he nominated Bernard Kerik as Secretary of Homeland Security. When the FBI conducted a background check, they uncovered unlawful conduct by Mr. Kerik which led to a federal indictment and subsequent prosecution. He spent five years in prison. Had he not taken that job, his crimes would have never come to light and he would never have gone to prison. So the saying goes, if you have skeletons in your closet, stay away from the limelight. Hope this is a lesson learned. Although Liberia is a corrupt society, once in a while people get caught and that’s great!

  3. Welcome back to Bomi, Cllr. Augustine Ndubuisi Nwabudike! Come and join us in developing your mother’s land. You told the world the you hailed from Bomi. Come and make your farm. The land is awaiting you. Invest in Bomi. You will provide jobs to our unfortunate brothers. There are lotsv of opportunities for everyone. Welcome to Bomi.

  4. Mr. Sylvester G. Moses, Mr. True Nationalist, Mai Moore, Matilda Whitherspoon, Garsuah Gbovlehn, and other blind, heartless, and shameless praise singers residing in Liberia and abroad, Greetings,

    Cllr. Augustine Ndubuisi Nwabudike, the citizen of Nigeria that stole his way into the Louise Arthur Grimes School oF Law (LAG), the Liberian National Bar Association (LNBA), as well as deceptively gained admission to the Supreme Court of the Republic of Liberia by fraud and deception, has belatedly and finally recognized his well-deserving moment and misrepresentation in Liberia and thus, he has resigned and parted way as Chairman of LACC and with the Government and people of Liberia in TOTAL shame and disgrace.

    Apart from Liberian attorneys and Counsellors-At-Law being qualified and permitted to appear and represent the interest (s) of their clients before the ECOWAS Community of Justice sitting in Abuja, Nigeria, unlike Liberia, no court (s) sitting in the Federal Republic of Nigeria will DARE permit an ALIEN to submit and be permitted to practice Law in ANY MANNER AND FORM anywhere in the Federal Republic of Nigeria; whether by fraud, or the offering of bribe monies to any leader (s) of Nigeria.

    Only in the Republic of Liberia individuals mainly hailing from Sierra Leone, Cameroon, and other parts of West Africa will under fraud and deception claim that they were born and bred in Liberia and thereafter bribe their way into the Liberian society and gain admission at the Louise Arthur Grimes of Law, our Medical School, and other agencies of Government by telling LIES and simply offering bribes to officials and former officials of the GoL.

    Liberians and residents are wonderful and God-fearing people, but CRIMINAL MINDS using bribes and deceptive behaviors, will by fraud and deception, gain admission to Liberia’s agencies and institutions by offering and awarding bribe monies to heartless leaders of the Republic of Liberia. WHEN IN THE WORLD WILL LIBERIAN LEADERS LEARN?

    In Liberia, government-after-Government will rather award contracts to ALIENS over and above Liberians born and bred in Liberia without slightly thinking and carrying.

  5. You guys should be ashamed to demonize Ndubuisi Nwabudike all because of lies and misconception. You lawyers and statesmen are blatant liars and crooks yet you are paralyzed as saints. You all need to shut up and recalibrate your morality. Thanks Ndubuisi Nwabudike for tendering your resignation.

  6. The party has started, government official watch out! Don’t know who could be next for the Weah government to survive another 6 year term. Clean the house and do the right thing.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here