Felix Orugun, brother of the late GT Bank Managing Director has blamed the Liberian businessman for the untimely death of Mr. Dan Orugun.
He further stated that the mysterious circumstances that surrounded the death of his brother Mr. Orugun have proved beyond doubt that the former GT Bank Managing Director was killed by Mr. Kailondo.
The lifeless body of Mr. Dan Orugun was discovered at the river side next to the property of Mr. Kailondo on January 24 on the Robertsfield highway.
A Nigerian pathologist hired by the government of Liberia through the Ministry of Justice reported that the deceased died as a result of drowning.
The pathologist’s findings read by Justice Minister Cllr. Benedict Sannoh stated that forensic examination conducted on the remains of the late Dan Orugun shows that the death was natural which ruled out any perception of foul play.
Countering Felix Orugun’s assertion, businessman George Kailondo claimed innocence and openly refuted statements from the families of the late GT Bank Manager.
Mr. Kailondo mentioned that the death of Mr. Orugun remains an accident and that every allegation from family or relative of the deceased holding him liable for the death is unfortunate.
“Mr. Orugun remains a good friend of mine, his Bank and my businesses have made good partnership, therefore his death is regrettable and will never be forgotten,” Kailondo indicated.
When Capitol Times contacted the Liberia National Police, through spokesman Sam Collins, regarding Felix Orugun’s revelation, and whether the police had done any background investigation linking Kailondo to Orugun’s death, Mr. Collins said: “You need to get back to Orugun’s brother who said Kailondo killed his brother. He should know more than we know.”