Kuala Lumpur, 17 April 2018 - Sime Darby Plantation Liberia (SDPL) would like to clarify on the video of Oil Palm Fresh Fruit Bunch (FFB) theft happened at Nimba Point in January 2018. Those involved in this incident are not employees of Sime Darby Plantation Liberia with the exception of Boima Feika.
Upon discovery of this incident, SDPL has taken immediate step by suspending its Chief of Security, Thomas Walker. Boima Feika, the personnel that was allegedly mistreating John David, the thief that was caught stealing FFB at Nimba Point has surrendered himself to Liberia National Police (LNP) for further investigation.
SDPL does not condone any use of physical force and ill treatment by any of its employees even to those caught stealing FFB. Anyone caught stealing FFB will be handed over to LNP and SDPL will fully cooperate with the authorities on investigations undertaken by LNP.
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