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Remains of the late Nya

The two years old remains of a 21-year-old man, who was discovered lying dead in 2005 in a train track operated by ArcelorMitta in Nimba County has been finally interred. The deceased, identified only as Nya, was a resident of LPMC by-pass community in Ganta. He went missing from his home and was subsequently found dead in the train track in District Eight with scares on the his body.

The Management of ArcelorMitta denied having knowledge of the body discovered in the center of the train track in April 2015.  The mysterious death caused serious tension between citizens and the company, leading District Eight Representative Larry P. Younquoi to write the lower House to summon ArcelorMittal for questioning.

The company subsequently took the body to the Gompa Funeral Home in Ganta where it spent one year three months before burial recently in Ganta. Though the management had earlier rejected responsibility, it reportedly provided US$5,000.00 for the funeral.

By Franklin Doloquee, Nimba-Editing by Jonathan Browne

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