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Girl, 2, Found Dead With
Parts Missing In Nimba

By Solomon T. Gaye Sr.
The Liberia National Police is conducting an investigation into the death of two years old Faith Mezee who was found dead with several parts extracted in Nimba County.
Speaking to this paper in Ganta, the LNP explained how the baby’s father, Prince Gbargan, filed a complaint sometime in February, 2022 that his daughter had gone missing in the town of Venpa.
According to the father, his daughter had gone missing for four days only to be discovered dead with several parts missing and that it was reported that before her mysterious disappearance on the farm, the victim was in the company of some individuals believed to be friends of her parent.
Speaking in to this paper in Ganta, elder Peter Gbarnmie explained that the victim’s death requires serious investigation so that the alleged murderers are apprehended as a deterrence to stop the practice of ritualistic killings in the county.
Since the death of the little girl, the fear of heart-men has begun creeping among the residents in District 8.
Meanwhile, the victim’s parent are helping the LNP with the investigations.

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