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Melvin Died Of ‘Unnatural’ Cause
…Pathologists Detect Habitual Cannabis Addiction

Two Liberian-trained pathologists, Benedict P. Kulee and Zobon B. Kpadeh have reported that Melvin Togba’s death is ‘unnatural.’
The reports covered Melvin who was found dead on March 28, 2022, at his Jallah Town Community and Princess Cooper who was also discovered dead on March 24, in Paynesville around the ELWA Junction.
The report stated that there were no injuries which can only happen if there is any broken bone but that was not the case with Togba, rather it seems as a constant and habitual cannabis addiction, as 1.5 root-bottles was found in his bedroom.
Addressing the media on Monday in Monrovia, the Liberian pathologists who were both trained in Ghana boosted that their findings are scientific therefore anybody wishing to challenge the result will find it difficult to see anything contrary to what have been reported.
The pathologists stressed that the examinations of the deceases’ specimens were done at laboratories in Ghana and Nigeria respectively therefore, anybody who wants to challenge them can do so.
In their 10-page detailed report, Kulee said Togba, 42, and father of two was found dead in his bedroom at his Jallah Town residence with bruises on the left side of the face and a gradually decompose leg.

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