Weah expresses condolence to Greaves’ family
Montserrado County Senior Senator George Weah, currently out of the country, has expressed dismay over the gruesome news of the puzzling circumstances surrounding the tragic death of Mr. Harry Greaves, former managing director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company.
Mr. Greaves was found dead Sunday, 31 January on shores behind the old budget bureau on Capitol Hill in Monrovia after he reportedly went missing from the RLJ Kendeja Hotel along the Robertsfield highway in Margibi County where he had logged in.
A press release from the office of Senator Weah quotes the Montserrado lawmaker as expressing condolence to the Greaves family. He said the disappearance of Mr. Greaves and subsequent discovery of his corpse on the beach highlight the delicate state of internal security in Montserrado County and the rest of Liberia.
Senator Weah says upon his return to the country, he will call a meeting of the Montserrado County Legislative Caucus to devise a consolidated approach to engaging the nation’s security agencies on recent alarming developments in the country.
According to the release, Senator Weah is currently in Abuja, the Federal Republic of Nigeria to attend the inauguration of the Fourth Legislature of the ECOWAS Parliament, which runs from February 4 to 9, 2016. He is expected to participate in the election of a new speaker of the parliament in line with provision of the protocol that establishes the rotational system of speakership of the parliament.
Other members of the Liberian delegation to the ECOWAS Parliamentary Assembly include Senator Prince Y. Johnson of Nimba County; Representatives Jefferson Karmoh of District#1, Sinoe County; Haja Fata Siryon of Bomi County; and Edwin M. Snowe, Jr. of Montserrado, respectively. Press release