LIBERIA: Michael Allison Was A Fake Identity, Says Justice Minister

Liberia’s Justice Minister and Attorney General Benedict Sannoh has disclosed that the name Michael Allison was a fake identity that was being used by the late Atty. Michael Allison.

Min. Sannoh said the late Allison was actually Nkrumah Mozia Madin Mulmi, an American citizen who was born in 1967 in the Bahamas, the United States of America.

He made the disclosure at the Ministry of Information regular press conference in Monrovia on Wednesday.

Sannoh told journalists that the actual identity of the late Allison was discovered during the period of investigation surrounding his death, when they found two passports bearing his picture and name Nkrumah Mozia Madin Mulmin, which traces him to being an American.

The Attorney General noted that the actual name and identity of the late Allison was further confirmed from his finger prints which corresponded with those in the passports, indicating that the name Allison was purported.

Meanwhile, Sannoh has confirmed that the Government of the United States of America has sent a representative to Liberia who has also confirmed that Nkrumah Mozia Madin Mulmin was indeed a citizen of America.
 
He, however, pointed out that those who earlier claimed to be family members of the late Atty. Michael Allison can only be given the body if they go through a DNA test to confirm the relationship.

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