Tuesday, September 19, 2017
With barely 21 days to the October 10 polls, an independent representative aspirant of Nimba County Electoral District #7 was pronounced dead yesterday at the Jackson F. Doe Memorial Hospital in Tappita, Lower Nimba County. A medical report doctors at the hospital released to the family confirmed that Morris Kardiker Sanoe died of “cardiac respiratory arrest,” but family members and supporters are attributing his death to “African science, probably from a close relative.”
Mourning his loss are his mother Ma Payla, his widow, Mayamou Kromah Sanoe, sister Masalone, a brother, William N. Dahn (also a representative candidate in the same district), and a host of other relatives, most of whom live in Stone Mountain, Georgia, USA.
What is so sad about Sanoe’s death, sympathizers lamented, is that he had received his campaign materials, including the printed T-shirts and flyers in Ganta not too long before his demise.
News of the death of Sanoe, who hails from Gblah, a town lyi