MONROVIA—Barely four days after the former Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC), Harry Greaves, went missing at the RLJ Hotel, a former Liberian Government official says the hotel should be ‘a place of interest’ for investigators after it was confirmed that the deceased was last seen at the hotel.
Former Solicitor General, Taiwon Gongloe, believes that the hotel management and employees should be questioned by investigators in order to determine the facts and circumstances surrounding his death. He said the unexplained death of Mr. Greaves should be considered as suspicious until a thorough investigation determines how he died.
Cllr. Gongloe warned the government from giving conflicting statements on the current development which could confuse the public. Speaking on a radio talk show Wednesday, he said the discovery of the remains of Harry Greaves and the late Michael Allison in recent time raised security concern.
Cllr. Gongloe thinks that the lack of security presence behind the Executive Mansion undermines the very security of the head of state. “… Just because the president is not sitting at the Executive Mansion that doesn’t mean that security guards should not be present behind the Mansion,” Cllr, Gongloe stressed.
The erudite Liberian Lawyer argued that if there were security guards assigned behind the Mansion, those who put the body of the former LPRC Managing Director behind the mansion could have been arrested. Therefore, he believes that given the situation the seat of the Liberian presidency is not secured. source: The News
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