In an apparent reaction to Martin K.N. Kollie’s Facebook post on Tuesday, a Liberian citizen Togar Alexander Bealded, has accused Kollie of allegedly being complicit in various transgressions.
According to Bealded, Kollie should include the sum of 4,000 USD that was given to him by Mr. Soko Dorley for the purpose of helping victims of the late Rep. Adolph Lawrence’s accident to receive medical treatment abroad.
Bealed alleges that the money intended for the victims was not used for its intended purpose, and he criticizes Kollie harshly for this.
Bealded also references funds that were raised for a young man, Christopher Walter Sisulu Sivili, who was reportedly assaulted in front of the US Embassy.
Bealded claims Kollie took Walter Sisulu Sivili to Cape Mount and falsely claimed that mob violence victim was taken abroad for advanced treatment, thereby raising a significant amount of money in his name.
Bealded also alleges that Walter Sisulu Sivili is now living in poverty, while Kollie is enjoying a luxurious lifestyle and traveling to three different countries with his girlfriend.
Bealded questions Kollie’s integrity, suggesting that he is not deserving of the title “Integrity Tzar.”
Additionally, Bealded accuses Kollie of turning against Alexander Cummings, who had previously provided him with financial assistance for school fees.
He implies that Kollie betrayed Cummings in a condescending manner, adding that Kollie has allegedly been receiving funding from individuals within the CDC-ed government to attack their critics, thus raising moral concerns about Kollie’s actions.
Bealded concludes his message by mentioning that Kollie has allegedly failed to declare ownership of two other apartments.
He expresses disbelief that how Kollie, as a student living in self-imposed exile, is able to afford building mansions while seemingly neglecting essential expenses such as food, transportation, rent, and support for his girlfriend and child.
Bealded sarcastically commented on Kollie’s apparent wealth accumulation and suggests that his appointment to a political position, such as the Youth and Sports Ministry, would not be appropriate given these allegations.
Bealded emphasizes that his criticism is not motivated by hate or envy, but rather a desire for Kollie to face the same scrutiny and consequences that he has imposed on others.