Freeway, Liberia: The Management of Mano Manufacturing Company (MANCO) has categorically denied media reports that its General Manager, Asaad Fadel beat on an employee recently. In a statement issued over the weekend, the company strongly denied such allegation.
“The General Manager, Mr. Asaad Fadel did not strike a female employee causing her to lose consciousness. Employee Munah Davies feel off at a distance from Mr. Fadel while standing in the midst of other employees,” the statement added.
Closed Circuit Television ( CCTV) footage released by the management shows Mr. Fadel addressing aggrieved workers when the incident occurred. The footage revealed that there was a distance between Mr. Fadel and the employee such that he could not have assaulted her.
A copy of the CCTV footage has been turned over to the Liberia National Police ( LNP) for investigation.
A number of employees admitted that Mr. Fadel did not hit at Munah. The head of the local workers union, Abendigo Brooks confirmed this to journalists on Friday. He said, “the GM did not push Munah. I was on the scene.”
Fadel attended the American Cooperative School ( ACS) on the old road in Monrovia, and played for the Barrolle Basketball team. He is currently the Coach of the Barrolle basketball team and vice President for Operations of the Barrolle Sports Association.
It can be recalled that MANCO General Manager Fadel allegedly slapped, pushed and kicked Munah Davies, who were part of aggrieved employees of the company. It was alleged that medical reports from the Fidelity clinic revealed that Munah lost consciousness, a situation that made left side paralyzed.
The medical history of Munah points toward attacks of Hypotension. It is believed that due to the news of being layout by the company, pushed Munah into hypotension shock. It is said that Munah is recovering at the moment.