As ‘Insecurity’ intensifies, Woman Allegedly Murdered By Unknown Persons

As insecurity heightens in Liberia, with nothing been said by authority to restore the hopes of citizens, another woman believed to be in her late 40s lifeless body was discovered early Monday morning, September 27, 021 around her residence in Caldwell, Montserrado County.

The dead woman identified as Oretha Zyne’s body was discovered lying on the train track in Caldwell, Samukai Town Community stripped half naked with bruises all over her neck.

According to community dwellers, they believed Oretha must have been sexually assaulted before being murdered.

It can be recalled, September 14, the lifeless body of a woman was discovered on a beach in 17th Street in Sinkor. The unidentified woman attackers are still at large.

However, the deceased’s daughter told Smart News that her late mother cooked on Sunday and went to an entertainment center near the area in a community called “Sand Beach”. According to Ruth Zyne, the deceased’s daughter, they are six children. “Our mother sent two of our sisters in the interior to our father and four of us left with her in Monrovia to go to school…”

The deceased daughter furthered that her mother was not having any problem with people rather a friendly person that everyone loves and she work for their aunt in Barnersville where she gets money to take care of them as a single mother.

Also, the sister of the victim explained that her sister does not stay out late, adding that she goes to work from Monday to Saturday.

Madam Janet Gokpan said her late sister works with their aunt in Barnersville, adding that the deceased went to work Monday and remains with their aunt until Saturday and when she back for the weekend… But how this happened, I can tell”, Madam Janet Gokpan explained.

Madam Gokpan narrated that she was home when a little girl told her that a lady’s body was found lying on the train track, adding that to her surprise when she came to look at the body, it was her sister lying dead.

She said they are calling on the government of Liberia to investigate their sister death and make sure that justice is served because her sister at no time offended anybody…

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Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.

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