At a program marking the memorial service for Liberians who were over the years found dead under mysterious circumstances, the husband of the late Gifty Lamah alleged that the suspect arrested by police following the death of his wife has been eliminated to cover up.
Sylvester Saye Lama, speaking at the program organized by the group called Citizens United Against Secret Killings (CUASK) on Thursday, April 21, 2021, said he got credible information that the suspect arrested after his wife and coworker Albert Peters were found dead on Broad Street, has been eliminated in order to conceal information relating to the death of the two auditors of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA).
Lama informed the gathering that he had no fear making such disclosure, given that his life along with that of his in-laws is in already since the death and subsequent burial of his wife.
On October 23, 2020, the Liberia National Police (LNP) in Monrovia confirmed retrieving properties belonging to the two LRA employees mysteriously found dead in a vehicle.
LNP spokesman Moses Carter disclosed that a ‘high class notorious criminal ‘only identified as “Supreme” was in police custody undergoing Investigation. Since then, there has been no news about the outcome of the investigation until the victims were buried.
Yet, it is the same fellow known as Supreme that Lama claimed that the state has eliminated to destroy evidence.
Police had said that “Supreme” was found in possession of Albert Peters’ laptop and Gifty Asmah Lama’s mobile phone.
Suspect Supreme, said to be a black market cell phone dealer on Carey Street, once lived in West Point where the late Gifty Lama and her husband grew up but he was said to be living in Clara Town around the Sethi Brothers Incorporated when the incident occurred.
It was yet to be established whether it was “Supreme” who answered Gifty Lamah’s phone at 2:AM on the morning of their disappearance. The caller was said to have told her husband, Sylvester Lama that “you will find your wife’s body in the car in the morning.”
The lifeless bodies of the pair were discovered in one of their vehicles in October 2020 on Snapper Hill on Broad Street shortly after another LRA auditor died in a mysterious road accident.