A 22-year-old senior student of the Booker Washington Institute (BWI) in Kakata, Margibi County has been stabbed to death by an 18-year-oldman. Isaac Dolo allegedly stabbed Moses Kolleh to death adjacent the SAPOE Entertainment center on Sunday, April 6, 2014 following confusion between them at a play station booth in Kakata.
According to Joseph Kolleh, brother of the deceased, who spoke to the NewDawn’s Margibi correspondent, the quarrel started when the late Moses Kolleh was about to walk out of the play station booth, while Isaac Dolo stood at the entry of the premises.
Joseph narrated that the deceased, then asked the accused to allow him out, but he (Isaac Dolo) refused and confronted Moses by abusing his mother, something that led to a fist fight between the two.
By then, Isaac Dolo allegedly pulled out a knife from his back pocket and stabbed the late Moses Kollie on his side for the first time, according to Joseph.
He said the victim subsequently escaped the scene, but Isaac allegedly followed him and stabbed him from the back for the second time at which time the late Moses became helpless and subsequently collapsed, calling for rescue.
Joseph Kolleh also noted that after the incident, his brother was rushed in an ambulance to the C. H. Rennie Hospital in Kakata but upon arrival, he was pronounced dead. Eyewitnesses told this paper that the accused was under the influence of drugs, while the Moses Kolleh was under the influence of alcohol when confusion erupted between.
Meanwhile, The Police in Kakata have arrested suspect Isaac Dolo at his residence in the Lango Town Community and is being interrogated.