Enforcement Division surpass investigation reports for 2018

The Enforcement Division set a record in 2018 when it surpassed its target of 16 investigation reports to 21.  In the first general staff meeting of 2019, the Executive Director Atty. Mohammed E. Fahnbulleh reporting on the Secretariat activities of 2018 reported the unprecedented mark of achievement by the Enforcement division as the most outstanding division of the year 2018. 

Annually, the Division of Enforcement and Investigation set targets of completing four cases per quarter and sixteen cases annually.  Since the establishment of the Commission in 2008, the Division has never met it target.  Under the new leadership of Mr. Baba Borkai who was appointed to the post mid-year 2018, the Division completed and surpassed its target in 2018.

According to the Executive Director, the Division recorded 21 completed investigative reports which exclude inter-agencies final investigation reports.

This means, the Division exceeded their own expectation by 5 investigation reports. Three (3) of these 21 reports were forwarded to the Ministry of Justice for prosecution as required by Law. LACC obtained Indictments in additional 2 reports. In another one case involving J. Milton Teahjay, LACC got a conviction and restituted US$50,000.00 to the Government.

Enforcement Division surpass investigation reports for 2018

The Enforcement Division set a record in 2018 when it surpassed its target of 16 investigation reports to 21.  In the first general staff meeting of 2019, the Executive Director Atty. Mohammed E. Fahnbulleh reporting on the Secretariat activities of 2018 reported the unprecedented mark of achievement by the Enforcement division as the most outstanding division of the year 2018. 

Annually, the Division of Enforcement and Investigation set targets of completing four cases per quarter and sixteen cases annually.  Since the establishment of the Commission in 2008, the Division has never met it target.  Under the new leadership of Mr. Baba Borkai who was appointed to the post mid-year 2018, the Division completed and surpassed its target in 2018.

According to the Executive Director, the Division recorded 21 completed investigative reports which exclude inter-agencies final investigation reports.

This means, the Division exceeded their own expectation by 5 investigation reports. Three (3) of these 21 reports were forwarded to the Ministry of Justice for prosecution as required by Law. LACC obtained Indictments in additional 2 reports. In another one case involving J. Milton Teahjay, LACC got a conviction and restituted US$50,000.00 to the Government.