Prince Wleh’s Murderers Must Face Justice


The President of the Liberia Business Association, Dee-Maxwell S. Kemayah, Sr., has urged the Ministry of Justice to seek justice for the murdered footballer Prince Toby Wleh.

Mr. Kemayah said at the induction ceremony of officials of the Sports Writers Association of Liberia, (SWAL) last Friday, at the Monrovia YMCA that there are issues affecting athletes in the country, particularly with the unfortunate murder of footballer Prince Toby Wleh.

He said the Ministry of Justice must continue to exert every effort to find the murderers of Prince Toby Wleh and bring them to face the full weight of the law.

He meanwhile expressed his deepest sympathy to the family of the late Prince Wleh and the Gedeh & Sons FC and the Liberia Football Association for the irreparable loss.

Prince Toby Wleh was shot and killed near his Island Clinic home last week Friday by unknown gun men. Latest reports say two are in police custody while three others, including the alleged shooter, are on the run.


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