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Pathologist to Revisit Jahanama Fire’s Shrine

Pathologist to Revisit Jahanama Fire’s Shrine

Police has confirmed to media practitioners that the Government Consultant Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Simeon Owizz Koroma will revisiting Mohamed Conteh alias Jahanama Fire’s shrine for the second time at the Magbafeth Village in the outskirts of Waterloo.

Speaking at the Police press briefing held on recently, Regional Media Officer, Inspector Edward Senesie confirmed that the visit of the Pathologist is not unconnected to the exhumation of the remains of the two year old boy, Umaro Conteh, allegedly killed and buried at the backyard of the trumpeted native doctor two years ago and to also ascertain any tangible evidence to support the missing child.

Inspector Senesie disclosed that the police are investigating the alleged murder of the two Guineans, Moussa Sylla and Soriba Conte and a Sierra Leonean lady, Mabinty Dumbuya, a former resident of 13 Philip Street in Kenema were who met their sudden death on 25th February, 2020.

The Police Inspector said, investigation on the alleged murder has been completed and the file has been sent to the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) for legal advice.

He said six suspects including Jahanama Fire, Santigie Kanu, Maxwell Brown, Sarah Koroma, Titty Koroma and Victoria King are in police custody helping in the investigation.

The Regional Media Officer said during the course of visiting the scene at the Magbafeth Village, the key suspect, Jahanama Fire confessed that he bore hands in the death of the innocent child, noting that the case file of the boy has been resurrected.

The Media Officer said, according to Jahanama Fire, the late boy was brought to him for medicinal purpose by one Hassan Koroma and grandmother of the said baby.

By Abdulai Mento Kamara

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