By: Moses Geply
The Liberia National Police is investigating a 46-year-old for allegedly breaking the right foot of her two years old grandchild in Pleebo Zone, 4A.
According to a community witness who narrated to the Liberia National Police in pleebo, Comfort Weah said suspect Marie Toe severely beats her two-year-old granddaughter which resulted in her right leg broken instantly.
According to the witness, the incident occurs in September of this year, but a family member allegedly withheld the information making Little Theresa Zabbeh suffer severe pains and agonies since September of this year.
“Her poor health condition is increasing daily due to her broken leg and needs serious medical attention”, Says the Maryland County Gender Coordinator.
The situation has drawn the attention of the community members to report it to the women and children division through the Maryland County Gender Coordinator.
For his part, Pleebo City Police Operative, Amos Yancy confirmed the situation and pointed out that the suspect is currently under police custody undergoing investigation.
Officer Amos however said that little Theresa Zabbeh is currently under the supervision of the Ministry of Gender in Maryland, undergoing medication at the cavalla Rubber Cooperation Hospital in Pleebo.
Meanwhile, Maryland Gender coordinator Sayennoh Wheea has strongly reacted to the ongoing children’s torture incident in the county. She said the action taken by those women is unacceptable.
Madam Comfort Wilson, vice president of the Cross-border women in Maryland County described the behavior of mothers in the county as “embarrassing and wants government immediate intervention”.
Suspect Maria Toe, at her holding cells in Pleebo, confirmed the act carry on her granddaughter in September and called on human rights actors and citizens to forgive her; Saying “the action taken on her granddaughter was due to the temptation and frustration, it never will be repeated.