Liberian Vice Presidents Motorcade Kills A Student-“VP Has No Remorse” Penn-Penn Boy!

Posted on July 14, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

The motorcade of the Vice President of Liberia, Joseph Boakai, was reportedly involved in a tragic motor accident resulting to the instant death of a 29-year old student of the University of Liberia.

The victim; Aluta Walley was reportedly hit and instantly killed by one of the vehicles in the vice president’s convoy last Friday around the Sinkor Old Road Junction close to the Embassy Night Club.

Sources told this paper that as a result of the terrific speed of the Vice President’s motorcade; another person was critically injured thus leaving his two legs broken.

An eyewitness from the scene further revealed that the deceased was hit from the back by one of the vehicles in the Vice President’s convoy while en route to his Paynesville residence. According to the witness, ‘the Vp’s motorcade in the convoy took the four lane of the Tubman Boulevard and ran directly into the victims who were parked off the road on their motorbike.

The source noted that after the vehicular homicide was committed by the vice president’s motorcade, the convoy did not stop but rather continued with the same terrific speed.

“After the incident, the police came on the scene and picked up the victims and took them to the John F. Kennedy Medical Center,” the source narrated.

Another eyewitness account of the tragic accident said the vice president’s motorcade should be held responsible for committing a vehicular homicide because it could have avoided the act.

The source maintained that it was because of carelessness on the part of the vice president’s motorcade that led to the death of victim Walley.

“They saw the boys’ motorbike parked off the road and yet they ran into it just because they wanted to prove that they are driving a vice president,” one eyewitness lamented.

Meanwhile, the parents of the victims are appealing to the United Nations (UN), the United State Government and the Liberian leader, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to investigate the matter.

Family members said since the incident occurred the Vice President has not come to identify with them.

When this paper contacted the Press Secretary of the Vice President, Terrance Sesay he blamed the victims for acting carelessly, adding that “these pehn-pehn boys are rude”.

Family members of the victims said the late Walley and his colleague were never pehn-peh boys.

Walley’s family disclosed that the deceased borrowed the motorbike from one of his colleagues to purchase something.The late Walley was a former employee of the Liberia Produce and Marketing Corporation (LPMC), Audit Control and Expertise (ACE) and a graduate of the St. Peters Lutheran School.

He leaves to mourn his one year old son; Charles Walley, his parents, brothers, sisters, relatives and lots of friends.

Reliable source


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