Man 25, Killed Fiancée In Bong
Police in Gbarnga has charged and sent to court a twenty-five-year-old Kermue Sumo for allegedly murdering his twenty-two years old fiancée Kelemah Jerry in the vicinity of Gbanay Town in Yellequelleh District #5 Bong County.
According to Inspector John K. Flomo of the Liberia National Police Bong Detachment suspects that Kermue on Thursday, September 12, 2019 murdered his girlfriend Kelemah Jerry on their okra farm.
He said after Kermue Sumo committed the crime, a 15 men jury was set in ordered to observe the lifeless body of Kelemah Jerry.
Inspector Flomo told The Monrovia Times that the jury report shows that suspect Kermue Sumo mobbed his (7) seven years baby mother with a stick on her head in Gbanay Yellequelleh District.
He said after suspect Sumo murdered Kelemah Jerry, he escaped in the bush for rescue but was later on apprehended by several citizens of nearby towns and villages in the District.
Suspect Sumo is expected to be sent to court for trial this Monday, according to Inspector John Flomo.
For his part murderer Sumo at the police headquarters in Gbarnga admitted to the commission of the crime.
According to Sumo, he suspected his baby mother having extra affair with another person in the town and threaten to kill him with poison.
Suspect Kermue Sumo who admitted to the commission of the crime is pleading for (20) twenty years in prison for the crime committed.
He believes spending (20) twenty years in prison will reform him from such act.
Sumo said the killing of Kelemah was also due to a drug he took for the first time in the village.
The Gbanay young farmer explained that he purchased the drug from a strange person that normally visits the town.
The Yellequelleh District son is at the same time urging youths of the County to deist from the intake of harmful substances.
“Harmful substances make young people do bad things, such as robbing and killing” Sumo added.
Some women of Gbarnga who spoke to our reporter in Bong County expressed total dissatisfaction in the killing of women and girls in the County.
The angry women narrated that women and girls in Bong County are currently living in fears because of the constant killing by their husbands and boyfriends.