>> These are the lyrics being echoed across Liberia. After it's emerged that shipments of more than $100 million of freshly minted currency have gone missing.
sparked outrage in one of the world's poorest countries. The hashtag bring back our money, now a rallying cry on social media.
] song is a popular request on local radio.>> It's already the voice of the people now.>> Panto says everybody is sharing the song and spreading the message. The government has launched an investigation. Charles Sirleaf, the son of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is one of 15 people barred from leaving the country while that probe is underway.
Former Central Bank governor John Milton is another. President George Weah has yet to comment on the absent cash. $104 million in total, nearly 5% of LIberia's GDP. In this neighborhood in the capital of Monrovia, that's not gone down well.>> George Weah, I voted for him so that I can be happy.
I did not vote for him to be crying.>> Weah came to office in January on a promise of economic reform. Now he's tasked with securing an economic return.
>> As the beat of bring our container back pulses through Liberia.