Girls Alliance congrats British PM, CJ Yuoh -Flays Former CJ Korkpor’s botch rape case

MONROVIA – A teenage feminine Civil Society Organization (CSO), Girls Alliance for Future Leadership has congratulated the newly elected British Prime minister Madam Liz Truss and Liberia’s incoming Chief Justice for their preferment to top leadership positions in their respective countries and at the same time flayed the outgoing Chief Justice Francis Korkpor for his alleged role that led the rape case concerning the late Angel Togba to be botched

Girls Alliance in a press released Tuesday, September 6, 2022, lauded the UK Conservative Party for electing Liz Truss as the leader of their party to replace former Prime Minister Boris Johnson and said prime minister Truss’ election is a significant achievement for some degree of gender balance in the current patriarchal global governing structure and a win for women and Children across the world. The CSO said this is also a win for the Liberian girl child considering the British government investment in girls’ education in Liberia over the years.

The press release signed by Miss Patricia Davies, Secretary General, Girls Alliance at the same  time commended President George Manneh Weah and the Liberian Senate for respectively appointing and confirming Liberia’s incoming Chief Justice SieA-Nyene Gyapay Yuoh. The institution called Justice Youh’s preferment a significant achievement for Justice for women and girls in the country, adding that it is receiving Chief Justice Sie Yuoh with open arms and optimistic that the Chief Justice will protect women and children especially the Liberian girl Child.

Meanwhile, the release also pointed to what it called “a miscarriage of Justice by the Chief Justice Francis Korpor led supreme Court in releasing the convicted murders of the late 13-year-old Angel Togba, Madea Paykue and Hans William, who according to the release have immediately fled the country. “The couple is said to be living in the United States. Girls Alliance noted that hearing the appeal to that initial verdict in the case during the Ebola Crisis when no one was allowed to gather resulted in that midnight Judgment”, the release said.

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