By King Brown (G. Bassa Correspondent)
Eyewitnesses said the incident occurred during the early morning hours on Tuesday, around the old interior parking at the Monrovia junction in Buchanan.
Medical examination, according to the Officer-in-Charge (OIC) of the government-run hospital in the county, shows that the late Kamara was shot in his head several times with a single barrel pistol.
“Mr. Kamara died as a result of a bullet wound,” OIC Joseph Zondo told KMTV.
The lifeless remain of Kamara was seen lying in a pool of blood at the Monrovia Junction with his head and neck split open.
The deceased was a driver of a local entertainment center “Place to Be Bar and Restaurant” in Buchanan.
Rufus Wesley, the owner of the entertainment center, narrated that the late Kamara was his driver and served him for a long period of time, but was noted for his usual involvement in conflicts.
“Sekou Kamara was noted for challenging people, recently he was released from jail for fighting someone and his dead body has been found.”