By: David Nuakolo Flomo Jr/0886836401/davidflomojr17@gmail.Com
As part of its “Stop and Check Vehicle Operation” the Police Support Unit- of Bong County has announced the removal of unauthorized security features from several vehicles traveling on the Gbarnga-Lofa Road.
According to the Deputy Commander of PSU at the Gbarnga Regional Hub Melvin Pailay, the operation is in fulfilment of a mandate received from the Inspector General of the Liberia National Police, Patrick Sudue following the seizure of several Firearms and ammunitions at the Freeport of Monrovia.
The Police IG, at a Press Conference recently vowed to remove Sirens, Tints, and other unauthorized Security features from vehicles across the Country. At the inspection point, Melvin disclosed that two persons were on Monday, January 16 arrested with Drugs and other harmful materials.
The two suspects have been turned over to the requisite authorities for prosecution. Also speaking, one of the alleged drugs carriers identified as Jonah Porkpah admitted to the allegation but appealed to the Liberian Government for forgiveness Jonah who claimed to an illicit miner disclosed that taking in narcotic substances gives him the energy to work harder. “Pruh Lay thing can make me strong to work hard.
I can take it when I am going to work. I can’t do anything different. I just want to tell the police to let me go because I na want go to jail” he pleaded with officers of the PSU”. From Jackson’s Village, the duo said they were heading for Bomi County.
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