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Several Guinean Trucks Impounded In Ganta

By Solomon T. Gaye, Sr.
The Liberia National Police (LNP) has with immediate effect impounded several trucks bearing Guinea license plates at the commercial city in Ganta, Nimba County.
The trucks according to the operators were impounded few days ago while leaving the Southeastern region of Liberia though Sinoe County to the Republic of Guinea via Nimba County.
The drivers explained that their stay in Liberia was arranged by their bosses, but what led to the police’s action to impound the trucks was not to the of knowledge of the Guinea Ambassador to Liberia.
Speaking to this paper in French through an interpreter at Ganta Police Station, the drivers of the trucks explained they are going out of cash to buy food and their bosses are not around to know what is going on with them.
When the Police Commander, Adolphus Zuah, in Ganta was contacted, he ordered that the six trucks be taken to the Magisterial Court in Ganta and impounded adding that the document in LNP’s possession showed that trucks were brought into the country from Guinea by the Moses Fayiah Construction Enterprise, but did not understand how the case reached to court instead of the LNP.
When the City Solicitor Attorney Stephen Quoi, assigned at the Ganta Magisterial Court in Ganta was contacted, he confirmed the incident and said the six trucks were impounded by the order of the court and refused to comment on what led to the court’s action.

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