Liberia’s President George Weah has declared a dawn to dusk curfew in Maryland County in the south of Liberia following violent protest by women and motorcyclists over the killing of a motorcyclist, allegedly by four unknown men.
President Weah condemned the violent attacks and warned that his government will not in any way condoned any act of lawlessness.
Citizens of the county reportedly cut one of those allegedly linked to the murder allegation.
On Wednesday, scores of women and motorcyclists took to the street of Pleebo, demanding justice in the death of the motorcyclist, Modacious Nyemah, who is said to be a senior student of the Pleebo Central High School.
Journalist Varflay Kamara with the state broadcaster, Liberia Broadcasting System, has been speaking to WADR on the line from Monrovia about the incident.