BIN Officer Suspected Of Ebola Intercepted

By Lewis Verdier

An officer of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization (BIN) whose wife died of Ebola in Monrovia was intercepted en route to Boniken while returning to the Southeast.

He entered onboard a truck marked ‘TT 2085’. Winston Isaac arrived in Maryland at 9:00 a.m. on Monday and was discovered in the ‘Cassava Farm Community’ in Pleebo.

According to our correspondent, the truck was en route to Grand Kru County with goods on board while another report coming from the county on a community radio in Pleebo disclosed that the goods were rejected by residents in Grand Kru County on ground that a man whose wife died of Ebola was onboard even though he stopped in Pleebo but intercepted in Boniken.

The Police Commander in Pleebo told newsmen that the truck has left Grand Kru already and was at a police check point in Pleebo. Lavoisure Toe said they were about to escort the truck and promised to hold a press briefing later on the prevailing situation.

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