The incident is said to have occurred on Wednesday April 12, 2023, in Gbelequelleh, Bong County Electoral District #2.
According to Police Preliminary findings, defendant Sampson Suah allegedly killed his girlfriend Rachael Mankpalla for attempting to leave him.
Addressing a press conference Wednesday, Bong County’s Assistant Commissioner of Police, Fasu Sheriff disclosed that the lifeless body of the victim was discovered in a covert along the Gbelequelleh-Gbarnga Highway where she had gone missing for two days.
He said a 15-man juror setup to examine the body of the late Rachael Mankpalla established that there was foul play.
Sheriff indicated that the jurors’ report established that there were bruises seen on the body of the Victim something they believed might have led to her untimely demise.
For his part, defendant Sampson Suah admitted to killing his girlfriend Rachael Mankpalla, age 37, on grounds that she attempted to cut off the relationship between them for another man in the Community.
Sampson indicated that before the incident, Rachael and her new boyfriend, on several occasions provoked him with songs, something he said irritated him to have committed the act.
Suah who was arrested on April 8, 2023, by the Community Watch Forum in District #2, Bong County is currently in Police custody awaiting Court trial.