-As reports of ritualistic activities rise there
By Thomas Domah/ Nimba County
Nimba: A two-year-old old baby, who reportedly went missing last Thursday in Flumpa, electoral district#8, Nimba County has been discovered dead with body parts missing in a bush in Lao Zainpa town, the same district.
The New Dawn gathers that little Faith Gborbain’s body was found in a bush about an hour and thirty minutes’ walk away from the house where she was alongside her mother and other family members.
Police in Ganta, Nimba County have launched an investigation into the incident.
Speaking to reporters, the father of the deceased said he is currently in Sanniquellie, the provincial city, attending the Nimba County Community College, while her daughter was with her mother and other people in Lao Zainpa town when the incident occurred.
The child’s remains were found in a bush between Lao Zainpa and Gbahn in district#8.
There has been an increase of ritualistic practices in Nimba, particularly in districts 4,5,6,7,8 and 9, respectively that have reportedly caused school-going children to drop out of school due to insecurity.
Angry residents who called on community radio stations in the county complained about the wave of suspected ritualistic activities in various districts during preparations for elections, which they condemned.
“We send our children to school for the future but some fools will want to kill them because of power”, they lamented.https://thenewdawnliberia.com/baboons-cause-havoc-in-nimba-county/