NAMHFO Alarms Over Threat of Alleged Second Attack on Another Mission
-Set To Review National Fire Service’s Report
The National Muslim Heritage Foundation of Liberia (NAMHFO) has alarmed over the ‘second attack’ allegedly meted against a Muslim mission within the Barnesville Community.
According to the release signed by its Executive Chairman Mohammed Bility, indicates that, while the recent unfortunate fire incident remains fresh on the minds of the generality of Liberians especially Muslims and families directly affected, it is alarmed about news of another attempted attack on a second institution.”We have commenced investigation into these rumors so as to ascertain the facts surrounding this news before making any conclusion”.
However, Mr. Bility the head of the organization through its Executive Committee has launched an investigation to ascertain facts surrounding the alleged attack, and the committee will also review the Liberia National Fire Service’s report on the Bassa Town fire incident in which 28 young scholars plus two of their instructors lost their precious lives.
Mr. Bility added, if the fire service’s investigation report is review and found to have inaccuracy, apprehension and mistrust between the population and state security would be further exacerbated which will heighten the calls for an independent forensic investigation into the September, 2019 incident.
Meanwhile, the organization noted that its leadership has scheduled an emergency stakeholders’ meeting with the National Muslim Council of Liberia, the Chief Imam and Imam Council of Liberia as well as the United Muslim Dawah Mission and Proprietor of the affected school so as to reach a uniform conclusion on the entire incident and come with a position statement.