FLAA Wants Gov’t Probe in Lofa Murder Case


The Federation of Lofa Associations in the Americas (FLAA) has called on the Liberia National Police (LNP) to investigate the murder of Ms. Sianneh Gayflor in Zorzor District, Lofa County.

According to the association, Ms. Gayflor was brutally murdered allegedly by her fiancé, Abu Kamara, a Guinean national because of extreme jealousy.

A statement signed by FLAA national president, Richard B. Zayzay, said it has gathered information that the alleged murderer has fled Liberia.

 There are conflicting reports of his whereabouts, but there are strong indications that he has fled to Guinea, Mr. Zayzay indicated.

 He said due to the reported escape of the alleged murderer, tension has been brewing in the district to the extent that road blocks were erected on the Zorzor and Fissebu highway that impeded free flow of movement.

“A series of arrests were made within the district and those arrested were taken to Voinjama where they were briefly detained and later released on bail, pending court appearance,” he disclosed to the Daily Observer.

 FLAA national president has therefore called on the Lofa Legislative Caucus, County Superintendent, District Commissioners, Paramount and Clan Chiefs to work with the national government to restore peace to the county.

The federation further requested the Liberian government to do everything possible to apprehend and bring to justice the perpetrator of the heinous crime.    

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