The Federation of International Football Association has on Wednesday 24th July banned former Liberia FA (LFA) president and current executive committee member Musa Bility for 10 years on grounds of corruption and misappropriation of funds sent to him by FIFA.
He was banned for 10 years and fined $500,000 having been found guilty of diverting funds for personal use. The 52-year old has been under investigation since May 2018, following a forensic audit carried out on the LFA.
He has been accused of cases relating to the misappropriation of funds made available to him by FIFA for the “11 against Ebola” campaign when the spread of the Ebola virus hit Liberia and other West African countries between 2013 and 2016.
FIFA released a statement saying there were “various payments made by the LFA to and received from entities owned by or connected to Mr. Bility and his family”.