Another Deadly Protest Hits AMEU Campus, As Police Launches Investigation

The Liberia National Police has with immediate effect launched an  investigation into disturbances at the African Methodist Episcopal University campus that took place today August 10, 2022 and  allegedly perpetrated by members of the Student Unification Party  of the University of Liberia.

Upon the arrival of LNP response team at the AMEU campus, one of the perpetrators in person of  Darius Tweh was arrested and is currently in police custody.

The administration of the Liberia National Police condemns this act of violence and will ensure that justice is served. The act of students base political groups leaving their campuses to create havoc for other citizens is totally unacceptable and barbaric.

The Student Unification Party leadership is hereby invited to the office of the Deputy Inspector General of Police for  Crime Services (CSD) Hon. Prince Mulbah at the Headquarters of the Liberia National Police, tomorrow August 11, 2022 at 0900hrs  to answer to allegations levied against  them by the African Methodist Episcopal  University authorities.

Meanwhile,, the Liberia National Police Station located in Salala, Bong County was on today August 10, 2022, attacked, ransacked  allegedly  by some traditional people who brought out the traditional bush Master (Country Devil) , due to land dispute that was being handled by the Court. The Bush Masters (Country Devil) took along with them a Police officer, an inmate  from the withholding  cell and the Judge of the court . Police has been dispatched in  search of the missing persons.

The LNP  again condemns this unconstitutional act and  request the  immediate release of the missing persons.

The LNP urges all citizens and residents to go about their normal businesses as calm has been restored in these areas.

Liberia is a Country of Laws not men, the LNP  warns  all citizens to desist from any form of violence and respect the rule of law.

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