visit the mayor's home and have an interview with her. The legal team for Freetown's mayor informed the police.
Our further instruction of today instant is that our client, a clinically High Blood Pressure patient for several years, has fallen ill and has
been advised to stay home and rest. It is with regret, that she will not be able to attend to the Ministerial Development Partnership Meeting and the Police Invitation, both scheduled for today.
Cognizant of her civic duty and responsibility to the law, our client remains willing to respond to the said Notice at the earliest given opportunity. Given that her medical condition is being monitored, be assured we will keep you updated with developments. In the circumstances, and should the need arise, we may humbly wish to suggest that the interview be done at the office or home as deemed
In the meanwhile, please accept the assurances of our esteemed
She is expected to come before the CID for interrogation as a result of what the police described as unruly conduct within a police station and obstruction of official police business.
If you call, the mayor in question was purportedly seen attempting to flee with a council member who is rumored to be one of those sought in connection with the deadly riots on August 10.
The Mayor is not above the law if she fails to go then she will receive the next letter which will not be far from warrant of arrestReplyDelete