Report coming in says a Liberian identified as Francis S. Fayiah, who allegedly stole thousands of United States dollars from Mano Manufacturing Company (MANCO) has been arrested by international security-INTERPOL.
Fayiah, according to information worked for MANO Manufacturing Company as a salesman whose job was to take orders, supervise deliveries, and collect money from customers. Products such as vegetable cooking oil, Clora, soap, alcohol, candles among others were delivered regularly to customers in Margibi, Bong, and Nimba counties.
Report had that last July 2022, after deliveries, and receiving payment, suspect Fayiah failed to report back to the office of Mano Manufacturing Company (MANCO).
After a series of urgent calls to workmates, and customers, the company shockingly found out that he had fled the country to an unknown location. The management informed the Liberia National Police, who in turn informed INTERPOL of the possible arrest.
After nearly a year of intense searching, Fayiah was finally located and arrested in Elubo, Ghana, the border town located between Ghana and Ivory Coast.
“We had the photos of Fayiah all over. So, our counterparts in Ghana were on the alert daily. When he got to the border to cross into Ivory Coast, he was arrested by the Ghanaian security,” a top security officer told the media.
Prior to his escape, he was sponsored by the company in providing free housing. Fayiah was a player on the Mighty Barrolle basketball team, sponsored by Mano Manufacturing Company (MANCO). As an extra incentive, he was also on the management’s educational scholarship program.