You are here: Home News Politics Alleged Land Seller Refutes Claims

Alleged Land Seller Refutes Claims

E-mail Print PDF
TRANSLATE TRANSLATE
Alleged Land Seller Refutes Claims

Milford Ossai Stevens, who has been accused of illegal land sales by residents of Brewerville, lower Virginia in Montserrado County has denied the claims. Milford also refuted reports that he is on the run, and there is a hunt for him. He challenged his accusers to prove that he has been involved in illegal sale of land in township.

Milford described himself as a reputable and established young man with clean character, who fought to expose those allegedly involved in the illegal sale of lands in Brewersville.

He accused staff in the office of Brewerville City Mayor, specifically Othello Parker, Clerk of the City of Brewersville; Chris Morris, member of the Brewersville Council Township and others alleged involved in the illegal sale land in the community. Milford also accused Mayor Lucida Eastman Herbert of conniving with her staff in selling private land in Brewerville.

"Because I exposed the Mayor and her boys for selling people land in the community, that’s why they are trying to fight back, pretending that they are clean, but I challenge anyone, who calls himself Frank Coleman to stand in front of me and say I Stevens, sold his land. In fact, it is Parker and his bad boys, who pretending to the media,” he said in anger.

He disclosed that an indictment will shortly be issued by the court against staff in the office of Mayor Lucida Estate Herbert for their alleged involvement in the illegal sale of land. When contacted via mobile phone, an unidentified person in the office of Mayor Herbert said she is not well, and could not respond to the allegation.


 

Add comment

Security code
Refresh

ADVERTISEMENT

THOUGHTS, POLITICS & PEOPLE

Thoughts, Politics & People

“The Legislature Is Independent”

Read More

THE ORIGINAL LETTER TO GOD

The Orignal Letter To God

Lord, that’s what happens when taken for granted

Read More

BUSINESS & FINANCE

Business & Finance

Business Development Strategies

Read More

Opinions & Features

Original Letter To God: Lord, that’s what happens when you take things for granted
Exclusive Interview: Pres. Johnson-Sirleaf Faces New Dawn
Feature Article: Economic Theory, Public Policy & Allocation of Scarce Resources: Case for MTC
Feature Article: Illicit Financial Flows from Africa: A Wake up call for Major Stakeholders
Feature Article: An Elder’s Commentary on Joint Council of Chiefs and Elders Meeting in Zwedru

Who's Online

We have 246 guests online