The body of an alleged criminal has been discovered near the old Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC) in Gardnersville.
Eyewitnesses told the INQUIRER early on Wednesday that the alleged criminal only identified as Sekou was not a resident of the LPRC community. They claimed that he was murdered in front of the Agriculture Ministry Fence in Garnerville.
Some of the eyewitnesses who identified the body explained that Sekou was not involved in criminal activities but it was unfortunate that he was murdered for reasons unknown.
A resident of the Community, Abdullah Sheriff, said Sekou was a bus driver who usually transported passengers from Red Light to Duala daily. According to Sheriff, the deceased was a garage owner and so he doubted that Sekou was a criminal.
Other eyewitnesses believe that his death was masterminded by some of his enemies for reasons best known to them and the placement of his body was to distract the public’s attention from identifying the real killers.
Community dwellers expressed fears that mobbing of individuals is on the increase and that government should put measures into place to ensure that its citizens are protected, especially at night from criminals.