My Life Threaten – Dabor Alarms


The Chief Executive Officer of the Magic Group of Companies has alarmed that his life has been threatened by the action of Col. Abraham Kromah, Director of the Drug Enforcement Agency(DEA). Mr. Mamudu S. Dabor stated that as a Liberian businessman, he do not engage into any drug business and if Col. Kromah has anything concerning him, the DEA should prosecute him rather than Col. Kromah calling to a local hotel his Deputy spraying his eyes. Mr. Dabor stressed that the case has been taken to court for the action exhibited by the Deputy and some officers of DEA when he and his workers were leaving the local Hotel in Sinkor. He pointed out that the action of the DEA’s Director poses serious threat on his life and believed that some businessmen have been victims of such harassment and intimidation in the hands of the DEA as persons of interest without any evidence. According to him, if this incident is not address adequately by the law to stop harassment and intimidation of Liberian businessmen who are trying to invest in the Liberian economy can be lible as drug dealers is troublesome for the growth and development of the nation economy. Mr. Dabor maintained that Col. Kromah is not above the law and the Central Government should not allowed person in authority to go about harassing and intimidating peaceful and law-abiding citizens. According to the Movement with Integrity for National Development (MIND), the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Magic Group of Companies made the disclosure Tuesday at the company Head Office. He indicated that certain amount of money were displayed on his Facebook page and they have think about getting some of the money but to use their positions to intimidate will not work on him. He narrated that the Magic Group of Companies engage into advertisement of bill boards, printing press, and books printing, training 200 youths in vocational and technical education. Mr. Dabor emphasized that Liberians should be given the opportunity to invest in their country, but when they are making the effort to revamp the Liberian economy, others. are trying to undermines their investments. According to him, he is a humanitarian, Pan- Africanist and Businessman who want to his people through innovation and creativity to create jobs for the ordinary Liberians. He explained that his companies are intended to buttress the central government effort to help create employments for the citizens.

The Magic boss disclosed that 10,,000 books will be provided to needy students in communities, toilet buildings, computer labs as well as providing computer experts to train these students to empower young Liberians educationally. Mr. Dabor noted that the action of the DEA Director and Deputy towards him, undermine President Joseph Nyuma Boakai vision to encourage local and foreign investors to invest in Liberia. He cited that government should be empowering Liberian businesses through the awarding of contracts to promote tham rather than discouraging their investments in the Country. Erratum The In Profile Daily in its  April 29, 2024  Vol. 16, No. 118 publication, inadvertently published the photo of Speaker J. Fonati Koffa under the headline: Senator McGill Seeks Education’s Budgetary Increment. Management regrets this error as Senator Nathaniel McGill’s photo should have been used for the story instead of Speaker Koffa.

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