In Margibi, Woman Inflates Several Wounds On 15-Years-Old Boy
A woman only identified as Patience, commonly known as SAMPEE has allegedly inflated several wounds on the hands of a 15-year-old boy in Kakata Margibi County.
Explaining his ordeal to The Monrovia Times Reporter at the Women and Children Protection Section (WACPS) of the Liberia National Police in Kakata on Sunday October 28, 2018; Mabutu Kromah said the incident occurred after he was arrested by some individuals on the order of Patience at the time he had gone to fetch water for his Aunt as he usually does.
“I went to my Aunty area to go work for her so that how this woman here they call her SAMPEE she sent people to hold me; after they hold me, that how she turned me over to her little brother them to kill me” he narrated.
Mabutu disclosed that after Patience turned him over to her brothers, they tied him up in their Sister’s shop and started beating on him with a cutlass during the midnight hours but he manages to escape from them.
He narrated that the lady in question accused him of breaking into her machine room and taking away her generator, freezer and Air Conditioner (AC) something he denied.
The victim stated that prior to the incident he lived with Patience for close to ten years but she turned him over to his Aunt in Kakata on grounds that he was involved in criminal activity.
According to him, normally he goes and sits with the son of a Gasoline seller begging him to purchase food for them to eat adding that he once upon the time went to do same when the mother of Patience accused him of being the one that is always stealing her daughter’s materials. He called on the Police to bring Patience to justice.
For his part, Mabutu Kromah’s father is calling on the Liberia National Police to have those who committed the act against his son arrested and brought to justice.
Mr. Morris Kromah said his son was five years old when he sent him to live with SAMPEE, and he stayed with her for nearly ten years noting that it was one day that her sister took him to his (Morris Kromah) house and said his behavior was going off hand.
Mr. Kromah said he knows his son not to be a bad person but said if his life has changed from good to bad as being claimed by Patience it means she indoctrinated him because he grew up in her hand.
Meanwhile, report gather by this The Monrovia Times has revealed that the whereabouts of Patience is unknown as Police is in search of her.