A Catholic brother, Dominic Gardour has gone missing along the Buchanan/Monrovia highway before taking up foreign assignment in Ghana.
An excited Gardour who had gotten all flight arrangements set including doing a COVID19 test, had planned to break the excitement to families in Bassa before he disappeared.
Reports have it that the families in Bassa didn’t see him including his local Church, St. Peter Claver Catholic Church.
In Liberia, Brother Dominic has been assigned with the Catholic Seminary in Gbarnga, Bong County.
He is a member of the Christian Brothers, a religious institution, in the Catholic Church based in Gbarnga. They are currently in charge of the St. Martin Catholic school in Gbarnga.
Brothers of the Catholic Church do religious work similar to priests; they are mostly missionaries who also help in the growth and development of the Church.
Dominic has been on training for the last decade in several countries before returning home to continue his contribution to Liberia.
The Catholic Church in Bassa & Bong placed out an announcement and alerted the police to no avail. Gardour attended St. Peter Claver Catholic School in Buchanan. It been over a week now since he went missing.
Reports have it that when his phone was contacted, an unknown person picked up and said the owner of the phone remains was lying along the St. John River, though upon rush there, no sign of a body was noticed.
Residents of the area have reported of seeing no one or having any sign of such.
The Catholic Brother’s passport, ticket for travel amongst others are still locked up in his room in Gbarnga as his whereabouts remain a mystery.
Details to follow…