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Brussels Airline faces over $1m lawsuit

A Liberian lawyer Cllr. Moiffie Kanneh has filed a lawsuit against S.N. Brussels Airline, demanding US$1,012,010.00 (one million twelve thousand and ten United States Dollars), for his alleged missing luggage.

He complains to the Civil Law Court in Monrovia that he purchased a round trip tick from the Management of S.N. Brussels to travel to the United States on 18 July 2015.

Returning from the U.S., Cllr. Kanneh claims that upon his arrival at the Roberts International Airport (RIA) in Margibi County on 4 August 2015, he was told that one of his luggages containing several items on Flight Number 1241 could not be found.

According to him, the items in the alleged missing luggage were entrusted into his care for several persons, saying he faces embarrassment because owners of the alleged missing items are expressing dissatisfaction and questioning his credibility.

He lists numerous alleged missing items, including some very expensive ones for which he says he has received several letters from owners expressing dissatisfaction over the manner in which their items were handled.

“Plaintiff further says that [the] action of Defendants / Management has caused serious injury to his reputation and embarrassment as a lawyer and statesman, to the extent he is unable to move around freely,” he complains.

He says everywhere he goes among friends and relatives in Monrovia and its surrounding, he faces questions relative to the missing items and no amount of explanation has helped him to clear their doubts.

He notes that the Airline’s action has embarrassed him to the extent that he been unable to interact freely with his friends and other relatives because they think he has converted those items into his personal use and only tries to lie about S.N. Brussels Airline.-Business

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By Winston W. Parley

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