A 40 – year – old man identified as Dorwam Beah has allegedly committed suicide in Gbarnga, Bong County following series of complaints that his fiancée always denied him sex. Our correspondent says Beah’s lifeless body was discovered Monday morning, 10 September in his bedroom in the Rubber Factory Community of Gbarnga, Bong County
Popularly known as D1, Beah’s lifeless body was discovered in his bedroom in the community with pasties bottle on the deceased’s bedside on Monday morning, 10 September. Beah is thought to have used the pasties to allegedly kill himself.
Some eyewitnesses in the Rubber Factory Community Quarter #1 told our Bong County correspondent on Monday that prior to his death, Beah constantly complained about his fiancée only identified as Mary. The deceased is said to have always complained that his fiancée refused to have sexual intercourse with him.
Some eyewitnesses think that the deceased killed himself because his fiancée denied him sex.
“He recently complained his girlfriend to me about sex, which I intervened. But the girl only identified as Mary has not given him the time to make love,” Krubah Kondo, a resident of the community tells our correspondent.
Beah’s close neighbors say he was involved in repairing of motorbike tires to earn money in the community.
His death has generated grief among residents in the area. The Crime Services Division (CSD) of the Liberia National Police (LNP) in Bong County has investigated circumstances leading to the death of Beah. Following police investigation, a 15 – man coroner jury was set up by the police to physically examine the body.
The 15 man coroner jury reported that there was no foul associated with the death of Beah. The coroner jury however confirmed that a pasties bottle was found at the deceased’s bedside which he may have used to commit suicide.
The community Chairman of Rubber Factory community Quarter #1, Peter Womah has expressed shock and disappointment over Beah’s action. The chairman says he especially shocked that the deceased is leaving behind his three children in the community. Meanwhile, the LNP has ordered the bereaved family members to bury the corpse of Beah as soon as possible.
By Joseph Titus Yekeryan in Bong–Edited by Winston W. Parley