The Buchanan Port Manager, Charles MacArthur Gull, the alleged corrupt-suspended Buchanan Port Manager who allegedly stole over US$200,000, and fled the country has released sterling revelations, noting that amount that was stolen from the port account was not US$200,000 but rather US$1.5 Million linking the current Managing Director of the National Port Authority (NPA), Bill Tweahway of been the main culprit.
In a rather short dispatch from the United States, Mr. Gull indicated that the NPA Managing Director who was his boss personally withdrew the US$1.5 Million under the title ‘Special Order’ and made away the money without any written communication from the Port of Buchanan account department.
Meanwhile, Mr. Gull in the dispatch disclosed that his secret departure from the country was due to several threats received from his former boss, backed with some criminal gangs who have allegedly threatened him that if he made any attempt to expose MD Tweahway in his testimony to the LACC his life will be shortened by all means.He however, promised to released additional information about those call big hands.
Immediately following his escape from the country Gull threatened to publicly expose, those he called “Big hands” in the Weah’s CDC-led administration who are involved in the alleged corruption allegation linking him and his deputy.
It is widely reported on social media that Mr. Gull has escaped the country following a mandate from the court that state security should prevent him and others who have been accused of alleged corruption from leaving the country pending the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission investigation.
But Mr. Gull on his official social media page over-posted over the weekend disclosed that he will provide information concerning the entire episode regarding the alleged corruption at the Buchanan Port linking him and others.
Charles Gull, who allegedly stole U$200,000.00 from the coffer of the Buchanan Port was along with the Chief Statistician, Amara Kamara suspended by the government of Liberia through National Port Authority on Friday, July 16, 2021, for their alleged involvement in diverting monies intended for the government of Liberia into their personal accounts.
“It’s about time I speak and make clear about the entire allegation. I had no option than accepting under duress, Fear of death, being in imminent danger” he noted.
According to him, he has all of the relevant documents and communication in his possession regardless of the National Port Authority Officials locking his office.
“Locking my office not to get hold of any document was a failed attempt because every document I deemed essential, was kept on my I Cloud and it will be published to the press and the Liberian people,” he said. He did not say when such will be published.
Regarding his official public response to the allegation that links him to corruption at the Buchanan Port, his page indicated, “I won’t be the sacrificial lamb”.
“I am safe now, I can talk, if it wasn’t about my integrity, I would have kept quiet “he emphasized.
Mr.Gull however said he will apologize to friends that his clarity will expose, but indicated that it’s about his name being rubbed in the dirt while the real culprits are the big guns.
It can be recalled that he and the comptroller of the port of Buchanan were suspended and recommended to the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission for investigation following the embossment of over three hundred thousand United States dollars.
According to preliminary investigation, before he left the country, admitted to stealing over US$200,000.
Effort to contact the head of public relations at the NPA, Mr. Malcolm Scott did not materialize due to the observance of today’s National Flag Day. However, we call make any call to the office of Mr. Scott on Wednesday, August 25, 2020 aimed verifying the allegation leveled against his Managing Director, Mr. Bill Tweahway.
Mr. Bill Twehway is the managing director of the National Port Authority Managing; he also controls the Port of Buchanan in Grand Bassa County and the Port of Greenville, in Sinoe County.
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