A major suspect linked to the killing of a senior student, Modacus Nyemah of the Pleebo High School in Maryland County has been arrested .
The suspect only identified as ‘Open Zipper’ was apprehended by the joint security in Sinoe County after he escaped Maryland county last week.
Also, additional two persons have been arrested in connection with alleged Murder of the deceased.
According to Liberia National Police Inspector General Patrick Sudue, the suspects Francis Clark and Daniel Wesseh arrest came in the awake of their names mentioned by the prime suspect Moses Malma in a leaked video circulating on social media; in which Moses claimed that the two were part of the alleged homicide.
“And just to inform you that we have made additional arrest especially the two names that were called in the video by the one who was arrested first and the two are “Francis Clark and Daniel Wesseh,” the Police IG said.
Inspector Sudue also call on residents of Maryland County to help state security to identified and turn over all those linked to the alleged murder. “We need to be serious in this County and this is about time you all help us the Police to arrest the last person and if anyone is also linked to this act, we will try our possible best and arrest them too.”
The arrest of the two bring to four the number of Persons arrested in connection with the alleged murder of Madaciou Nyemah. Also a woman name withheld is undergoing investigation in connection to the act.
Meanwhile, Pleebo District Rural Women President Chris Walker, speaking to KMTV lauded the Liberia National Police and state security workers for the arrest made, while mentioning that they as women would not leave no stone unturned but seek justice.
“We are happy with the arrest that the Police people do and me as a mother, I think we are getting somewhere now. Let’s work together and give the Police the opportunity to work because we will never sit here, and our people continue to die,” Madam Chris Walker stated.
Our reporter is quoted as saying, state securities are currently enforcing the curfew in the county announced by Liberian leader George Weah following violent protest.