-NPA Boss Warns Liberians
The Managing Director of the National Port Authority (NPA) is warning Liberians to desist from rendering judgment against people he calls ‘innocent people’ in the country.
The warning from Bill Twehway follows just a week after being accused by vocal talkshow host, Henry Costa in a Facebook podcast accusing him [Bill Twehway] of reportedly being the mastermind behind the deaths of some Auditors in the country.
According to Okay FM Liberia, Twehway gave the warning Sunday October 18, 2020 when he delivered a sermon at the Forky Kloh Jlateh Family Fellowship Center, saying ‘It’s a sin to render judgment on innocent people.’
The National Port Authority boss further described such attitude from Liberians as ‘false judgments at innocent people.’ Twehway spoke on the theme “Are you still throwing stones.”
The comments of Twehway are in apparent reaction to Talk Show Host Henry Costa, who has recently accused him of allegedly masterminding the murder of Internal Audit Agency Managing Director, Emmanuel Nyenswa.
The head of the National Port Authority cautioned citizens of the country to respect constituted authority, and desist from criticizing the government’s efforts in making the country’s better.