Deceased motorcyclist, Mordecial Nyemah was finally given a heroic send-off by the people of Maryland County on Saturday May 15, 2021 in Pleebo City.
The funeral rite, which was administered at the Maranatha Heritage Assembly of God Church in Pleebo City, Maryland County, was graced by several Maryland residents, to include: the local county authority, members of the business community, Motorcycle Union, youth groups, students, National Security, members of the religious community, rural women, Civil Society Organizations, Maryland Press Association, Chiefs, Elders and others.
Superintendent George Prowd, in his brief remarks at the send-off ceremony, expressed profound sympathy and grief for the bereaved and vowed to ensure justice is appropriated accordingly. He also assured the family and Marylanders that the government is aware of the need to protect lives and property and will strive as best as it can to ensure the safety and security of all well-meaning citizens is guaranteed.
He expressed delight at the arrest of the suspects of the murder case and noted that it is a start to bringing an amicable closure to this matter and seeking the justice that the family and all Marylanders deserve.
It can be recalled that in the early emergence of the tragic news of the murder, Maryland citizens went up in flames and rage at yet another tragic event of a ritualistic undertone.This sparked serious tensions in the county that resulted in relentless riots which saw the wanton vandalization and demolition of many government institutions including private properties by angry mobs and sparked the imposition of days of curfew in the county aimed at restoring law and order.