Granger calls for COI into assassination of Sash Sawh, others

Almost eight years after Agriculture Minister Satyadeow ‘Sash’ Sawh, his siblings and a security guard were brutally slain by a gang of armed men, the police are no closer to solving the case but Opposition Leader David Granger strongly believes that a Commission of Inquiry (COI) is what is needed to not only bring closure for relatives but to provide answers to the many lingering questions before the trail gets colder.

The opposition has long called for a COI to probe the criminal violence which  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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