Liberia: Following the recent alleged robbery and or assassination attack at the home of former Chief Justice, Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott in Brewerville, District 17, Montserrado County, the Women NGO Secretary of Liberia has frowned at the incident, and is urging the government of Liberia to ensure the perpetrators face the full weight of the law if found guilty.
WONGOSOL described the alleged attack as troubling and has the propensity of creating fear among Liberians ahead of the October 10 Presidential, Representatives and Senatorial Elections in Liberia.
“We strongly condemn this barbaric act and it is sad that a promising young lady lost her live in such a gruesome manner” WONGOSOL stressed.
The Women’s group noted that the Constitution of Liberia, African Chapter on Human and People Rights and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights provide that every citizen’s equal protection, therefore it is frustrating to see peaceful citizens lives and Properties being taken away on a daily basis.
“This is a clear human right violation after seeing that Former Chief Justice, Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott was not given protection after two attempts on her residence”, WONGOSOL said.
WONGOSOL wants the Liberia National Police National Police to speedily investigate the matter and bring the perpetrators to justice.
They pledged their commitment in the alleged robbery case as an effort in ensuring that the right thing is done. “We are following this case with kin interest, while we closely watch the government of Liberia, through the Liberia National Police”, they noted.
WONGOSOL at the same time expressed their dissatisfaction in the high increase in the number of violence committed against women and children in Liberia, and is in solidarity with them as they continue to fight for a violence free society.
It can be recalled, late Wednesday February 22, 2023 at about 11:00PM, Armed Robbers evaded the home of Liberia’s former Chief Justice Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott, killing her daughter and leaving several other injured.
The Liberia National Police has since launched investigation into the alleged murder and attack at the home of the former Chief Justice in Brewerville, District 17, Montserrado County.