Suspect, Daniel S Tokpah

Ganta Turns Bloody As Nimba University Staff Cutoff Woman Hand, Houses Set On Fire

By Our Correspondent |

Early Sunday Monrovia, April 7, 2024 a lady identified as Jessica Davies and believed to be in her late thirties hand was allegedly cut off by suspect Daniel S Tokpah an employee of the Nimba Community University for passing through his yard with a cutlass; residents of the Gbloryee Community Clinic were always prevented from passing through the yard of the suspect.

GNN Liberia Correspondent in the County quoting the Gbloryee Community Chairman, Prince Garwu, said the victim was on her way to the market to buy food for her Father-in-law, when she was attacked by suspect Daniel S. Tokpah who has accused the victim and others for passing through his yard without his consent.

Another victim, Nohn Lofen who narrowly escaped death said she was first to passed in Suspect Daniel S Tokpah yard while the victim Jessica Davis was the second when she was attacked and chapped several times on her body thereby leading to the cut off of her left hand and pulled out her intestine.

She explained that Suspect Daniel S Tokpah wanted to killed his first woman when she was rescue by her. but since than they are yet to speaks to each other’s. “This Man has threatened to killed me on several times because are rescue his wife victim Nohn Lofen added”.

As a result of this act on the party of Tokpah his three houses were reportedly set ablaze by angry crowed in the Gbloryee Community Clinic area, Prince Garwuo further narrated that several residents of the Gbloryee Community were constantly attacked by suspect Daniel S Tokpah for passing through his yard, while his son Samuel Tokpah Jr, was attacked by him on several times, both of them lives in the same house.

Another victim, Nohn Lofen who narrowly escaped death told our Nimba County Correspondent that she was the first to passed in Suspect Daniel S Tokpah yard while the victim Jessica Davis was the second when she was attacked and chapped several times on her body thereby leading to the cut off of her left hand and pulled out her intestine.

She explained that Suspect Daniel S Tokpah wanted to killed his first woman when she was rescue by her but since then they are yet to speaks to each other’s. “ This Man has threatened to killed me on several times because are rescue his wife victim Nohn Lofen added”.

Garwu also told journalists that since suspect Daniel S. Tokpah moved into the community he has allegedly been involved into series of violence activities which he noted has reportedly created series of problems for residents of the community.

Since Suspect Daniel S Tokpah moved in this Community many people have been affected and wounded for passing through his yard, Samuel Dolo and Helena Yini victims of the Suspect told our Nimba County correspondent that during the early morning hours he gets outside with a cutlass in his hand threatening to killed anyone who passes through his Yard, this is a continual he has with the Community.

The victim Jessica Davis, according to our Nimba County is among several people who have allegedly been victims of Suspect Daniel S Tokpah action to Stop them from accessing his yard that is not fenced. Eyes witnesses who spoke to GNN Liberia alleged that suspect Daniel S Tokpah follow 31 year old victim Jessica Davis when she was attacked for the first time before the second time which lead to her been hospitalized at the Ganta United Methodist Hospital.

The victim left hand was reportedly chopped off by Tokpah before being severely wounded on her body several times on her body, residents of Gbloryee community walked angrily with the suspect for to the Ganta Police Station.

At the police station angrily crowd threatened to burn the police station demanding that the suspect be turnover to them, Police in Yekepa and Sanniquellie alongside with the Gbarnga regional hug moved in to t put the situation under control.

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  1. James lewis says

    What a sad story of jungle justice

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