Protesting Maryland Women to Boycott 2023 Elections -Demand Medical, Traditional Pathologists in Mysterious Deaths

Hundreds of Maryland County women and youths protested during the early morning hours of Friday, July 29, 2022 at the Harper City Hall, Maryland County, demanding justice surrounding the death of an eight-year-old male student of the Pen Worth Academy who went missing on Monday July 18, but his body was later discovered in Lake Shepherd. The discovery of student Levi Koffa’s remains followed a peaceful protest headed by Harper District Youth President Wilmont D. Wilson, which came hot on the heels of the discovery of the body of prospective William V. S. Tubman University graduate Anthony Tiaka on Sunday July 3, 2022 in his room in Zone 5, Pleebo City.

According to Maryland County Rural Women Network Chair Madam Felecia Twalley, and Maryland County Cross-border Women President Marie Dio, they had gone to ascertain from the office of Maryland County Superintendent George A. Prowd last Friday whether the pathologist that the superintendent promised had arrived in the county.

The women further lamented that the constant mysterious death of young people in the county always affects the under privileged who could have become the future leaders of Maryland County and Liberia at large.

The women leaders cautioned, if the government fails to provide the promised pathologist, they will order their own traditional pathologist, because, before civilization traditional practices were in existence.

Superintendent George A. Prowd for his part thanked the women for being very peaceful during their protest march, and affirmed his commitment in negotiating with the national government to bring the pathologist as a means of serving justice.  By: Henry N. Kolenky.

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