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A MAN, BELIEVED TO BE IN HIS 30s NABBED FOR ATTEMPTING TO SELL HIS CHILDREN IN GOMPA NIMBA COUNTY LIBERIA

Jeremiah Gonlehyen-1

GOMPA, NIMBA Liberia: – Report reaching Nimba D-9 TV says a man believed to be in his 30s has been arrested by the Liberia National Police in Gompa for attempting to sell human being.

Jeremiah Gonlehyen, a citizen of Loa Quoipa Town, Lao clan in District#8 Nimba was picked up by police early Monday morning, August 15, 2022 at Alvino Hotel where he had allegedly gone to make negotiation with Mr. Prince Howard, CEO of the Hotel for the sale of three children, but unfortunately, he did not see Mr. Howard on arrival.

While in conversation with a security guard at the hotel, Gonlehyen disclosed that he intended selling the kids for the sum of USD$10, 000 in order to enable him get along with his life challenges including the building of his house.

Jeremiah Gonlehyen

According to him, he has three children but lacks the means of providing for their livelihood due to the appalling economic condition of Liberia.

Gonlehyen said he purposely went to Mr. Howard due to his (Howard’s) success stories within the business community of Nimba but could not explain whether or not the business tycoon is involved with human trafficking or ritualistic activities.

In an angry tone, Mr. Howard blasted the allegded act of ritualism which is bad for his name to have even been mentioned by a young man, he’s out of words.

As you may record few years back, Mr. Howard properties in Gompa where burnt down after someone who was arrested for same act said, ‘Prince sent us” to killed the man. Though it was not proven if the Prince was Prince Howard CEO of Alvino Hotel Gompa/Yekepa.

He wondered why a young will and energetic man like that not making use of his brain but instead chooses to live such barbaric life.

Meanwhile, Jeremiah Gonlehyen is in the custody of state security pending Court trial.

Details of this will emerge in our subsequent news as we following happenings thereto.

In another development, the Liberian business guru prince Howard has broken ground for the construction of a modern ten-story building in Gompa City Nimba County

This will be the first of its kind outside of Monrovia.

Photo credit: Nimba Rural TV

BY: Mark S. Dahn

Nimba D-9 TV, Senior Reporter/Editor

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