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12 Rape Cases Go To Court In Nimba

By Solomon Gaye Sr.
The Women and Children Section of the Liberia National Police in the commercial City in Ganta, Bain-Garr District has disclosed report of rape coupled with domestic violence to be on the increase in Ganta, Nimba County. Speaking, the LNP Women and Children Section Boss, Jenkens Mongue, disclosed the arrest, detention of Emmanuel James, age 25, for allegedly raping a 4-year old girl in Ganta over the weekend.
Commander Jenkens Mongue added that since March 2020, rape cases coupled with domestic violence are reportedly on the rise in several communities in Ganta and is creating serious concern among the citizen in the county.
The Commander stated further that 12 rape cases were sent to court beginning March 2020 to August 2020 for prosecution.
Ganta is among several growing cities in Liberia that is bleeding with criminal activities and creating serious fear among the citizen in the county.
Police in Ganta early 2019 arrested a pastor identified as Lulu Falapy Fanandey for allegedly raping a little girl living with him and later got pregnant for Pastor Lulu Falapy Fanadez.
Police hooked Pastor Lulu Falapy Fanandez, age 37 and was charged with statutory rape and sent to the Central Prison pending court trial.
After few days behind bar, Pastor Lulu Falapy Fanandez surfaced in Christian Community in Ganta and going about his normal business with impunity.

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