“We have been fighting this case for too long and we need the Liberian government and other stakeholders to help us have peace,” he said. Chief Teah said his family’s property is located in Sakapo Clan in district #4 in Grand Bassa County. Confirming the threat on the life of Chief Teah, a human rights group in Monrovia, Human Rights & Protection Forum, conducted an investigation following Teah’s complaint and concluded that his fears are genuine. Meanwhile, Chief Teah told journalists that he is afraid to proceed to Sakapo Clan to even collect his pay for fear that those who are seeking for his family’s property may harm him. “I am also appealing to the Liberia National Police to provide me officers to accompany me to the clan,” he said.
Source: Front Page Africa January 10, 2019 00:56 UTC