Under the banner of the “Concerned Liberians Network,” a group of citizens has taken to the Capitol Building to demand justice for the murder of Charloe Musu.
The protesters arrived early on Monday morning, June 5, 2023, and chanted “If no justice; Musa Dean must go.”
The murder occurred in February of this year at the Brewerville residence of former Chief Justice Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott.
The Concerned Liberians Network has called on the Ministry of Justice to release the findings of the Liberia National Police in the case without delay.
The group’s petition demands that the Ministry issue an official press release containing the findings, recommendations, and names of the persons of interest suspected of being involved in the case.
The group has vowed to continue their protest until their demands are met.
Furthermore, the Concerned Liberians Network has requested that the Ministry of Justice clears the names of Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson Koijee and Varlee Telleh, where applicable, as the two were previously linked to the murder case.
The Nimba County District Nine Representative Johnson Gwaikolo received the petition on behalf of the House of Representatives.
He thanked the citizens for conducting themselves in an orderly manner and promised to deliver the document to plenary for further legislative action.