NPA REFUTES CLAIMS BY LNP, THAT THE ALLEGED KILLER OF VALENTINE IS ASSIGN ITS MD HOME

The National Port Authority has with immediate effect rejected assertions by the Liberia National Police that the EPS Agent who stand accused of shooting a Liberian was on duty at the home of Port Manager Bill Twehway.

The NPA release says while it regrets the situation, Agent  Patrick Kollie was NOT on  duty with MD Twehway  when the incident occurred between the hours of 1 AM on Monday, July 4, 2022 around the Police Academy Area ‘as reported by the Police’. 

See full release below:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NPA GRIEVES  OVER JOHNSON’S DEATH; CRAVES SPEEDY JUSTICE FOR BEREAVED FAMILY                   

( Monrovia, 7/5 /2022 )

The Management of National Port Authority is grieved by the unfortunate passing of the late Valentine T. Johnson as a result of the shooting incident involving agent Patrick Kollie of the Executive Protection Service.

A release from NPA expresses MD Bill Twehway’s profound condolences to  the bereaved family of the late Johnson, and craves speedy investigation into the matter to ensure justice is served.

The NPA release says while it regrets the situation, Agent  Patrick Kollie was NOT on  duty with MD Twehway  when the incident occurred between the hours of 1 AM on Monday, July 4, 2022 around the Police Academy Area ‘as reported by the Police’. 

According to the release, the NPA Boss had gone on his routine weekend’s visit to River Cess while Agent Patrick Kollie was in Monrovia base on excuse to attend to personal engagement.

The Release quotes the NPA Boss as expressing appreciation to the EPS and the Liberia National Police  for investigating  the matter as he looks forward to pay an in-person visit to the bereaved family.  

Peace be unto the ashes of the late Valentine T. Johnson

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Signed:

Malcolm W. Scott

 Director

Public Relations – NPA/RL

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