As Liberians complain of brutalities against them by security forces since President Weah declared a State of Emergency, three soldiers of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) have been recalled after a woman was stabbed in the arm.
The Chief of Staff of the AFL, General Prince Johnson speaking on the BBC said those soldiers in question are under investigation include an area commander leading a community patrol.
He said that the current army was “a force for good – we will not compromise when it comes to discipline”.
President George Weah declared a state of emergency on 10 April which included restrictions on movement.
Since the restrictions came into force, social media has been awash with reports of brutality by security forces.