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Former First Lady Seriously Sick

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Former First Lady Seriously Sick

Former first Lady of Liberia, Mrs. Nancy B. Doe, is seriously ill. Mrs.  Doe has been sick for two months.

Mrs. Nancy  Doe could not attend the memorial service for her late husband Samuel Kanyon Doe early last month held at the Assembly of God church on 24th street in Sinkor due to her medical problem.

The New Dawn had gone to the Sinkor residence of Mrs. Doe to confirm a meeting Former House Speaker George Dweh claimed to have had with her on her late husband’s properties, when it observed the former first lady’s ailment.

This paper could not engage her to comment on the controversy over the sale of the building being occupied by the National Traditional Council began fruitless. The ceremony was organized by the Nimba and Grand Gedeh Peace Foundation.

Speaking to her representative at her residence yesterday, Nathanial Wright noted that Nancy could not make any comment on the matter, reiterating his previous allegations that the house was stolen from the Doe’s family.

The official spoke man of the Doe family George Wright could not be reached, as his Lone Star mobile number was at a switch-off. This paper will, however, continues efforts in the future to speak to Mrs. Doe on the matter.


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