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Hne Donates L$50,000 To Jessica Family In Nimba

By Solomon T Gaye
A former Representative candidate, Jasper Hne, known as King Justice, donated L$ 50, 000 to the family of Jessica David in Ganta, Nimba County over the weekend.
Jessica was attacked on April 4, 2024, with cutlass that left one of her hands cut off while receiving wounds on several other parts of her body.
The incident led to the burning down of two of her attacker, Daniel Tokpah houses in Gboryee Community in Ganta.
Tokpah was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, pending court trial at the central prison in Sanniquellie.
Meanwhile, King Justice explained that the cash donated is to be used for Jessica’s medication at the Ganta United Methodist Hospital.
Hne also donated L$ 50, 000 to the sport committees in Nimba as contribution to the county team during the National County Meet.
“Jessica is my labor, I am in sympathy with her and the family and therefore, I am calling on philanthropist to help the little girl recover,” King Justice appealed.
King Justice contested two times against former Speaker Bhofal Chambers in Maryland County.
Since the incident, king Justice is the first person to make cash donation to Jessica in Ganta.
On behalf of the family, Jessica’s father-in-law, Gondah Nenwah, thanked King Justice and reported that the victim is responding to treatment at the hospital but the family needs help to cater to her children.
“We are appealing to the government or philanthropist to help Jessica and pay the medical bills,” Gondah appealed.

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