ANC Cyber Defense Condemns Murder of Car Washer in Margibi


By Abraham Kollie (Correspondent) 

The National Cyber Defense Council of the Alternative National Congress (NDC/ANC) on Wednesday condemned the murder of a car washer, Abraham Mulbah, who was allegedly killed by an agent of the Executive Protection Service (EPS), Gabriel Kamara on Saturday, July 12, in Kakata, Margibi County.

“We are living in time under the CDC gov’t where killing, raping, and brutalities against peaceful citizens are consistently carried out by those who have the mandate of the constitution to protect lives and properties. Most saddened is the realization that all those crimes go with impunity,” the group claimed in a release.

Agent Kamara along with his colleague Carlay A. David was disrobed and turned over to the Liberia National Police for investigation.

NCD in its press release cited several incidents of government security officers killing and injuring peaceful citizens, stating that “It shows our people how irresponsible and insensitive George Weah and his syndicate of state looters have become. We will settle for nothing less until justice is served.”

The NCD consoled the bereaved family of the late Mulbah, the people of Margibi other victims of “CDC police brutality.”

“The NCD/ANC, with the support of tens-of-thousands of victimized Liberians by the current inept, criminal, and oppressive system of governance will not allow this to become business as usual. We stand firmly with our people in these troubling times and will always stand with them.”