The remains is believed to be an employee of the West African Examination Council (WAEC), Wuelleh Johnson who was part of the MV NIKO IVANKA vessel along the Marshall belt that wrecked.
Grand Cape Mount County Superintendent Aaron Vicent confirmed the discovery of the body to journalists.
According to supt. Vincent, the late Johnson was part of the team that left for Maryland County in order to administer the National Exam.
The late Johnson body was discovered over the Atlantic ocean by a fisherman at 11:30Am.
According to the fisherman that discovered the body, he said while fishing over the Atlantic Ocean , he saw something like a clothes floating and decided to ascertain what it was.
“When I got to the area I noticed it was someone who has already died, and I tried to get the person out, it was a man, he explained.”
The Kru fisherman said, he decided to check for whether he could find document to show the identity of the deceased and found $650.00Ld and two phones in the deceased pocket; took the Sim card from the phone and decided to call numbers save on the sim.
He said fortunately the sister of the deceased answer the call and identify the deceased .
The late Johnson, was a senior staff at the West African Examination Council.
The Liberia Coast Guard (LCG), a component of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), leading a search and rescue operations, pulled at least 11 people from the water.