Thursday, March 10, 2016


From Liberia-

The long-standing controversy surrounding the death of Mr. Harry A. Greaves, the former Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company is expected to be laid to rest as family, friends and well-wishers prepare for burial today. Sympathizers turned out in large numbers Wednesday night to bid farewell to Greaves who died under mysterious circumstances. As Greaves finally departs the world with circumstances surrounding his death still unknown, many paid tributes to the late Greaves memorializing the deceased as wreaths and flowers were laid on the mortal remains.

Murmurs Over Body’s Identity

At the start of the wake, several family members were heard discussing the identity of the body with some openly saying that the appearance of the body was far from recognition and does not look like the deceased. One family source told FrontPageAfrica that the funeral parlor said that they were doing reconstruction work and did not prepare the body properly. “The children were grumbling and said it was not their daddy and that their father’s face was brighter,” a family member told FrontPageAfrica.

Giving tribute, the Rector of the St. Augustine Parish, and Arch-Deacon of Sub-Western Archdeaconry Rev. Fr. Victor King expressed disappointment in the handling of the death of Greaves who was an Episcopalian. He blamed the security apparatus headed by some Episcopalians, adding that they head the security of the state describing the work of these Episcopalians as disappointing.

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