T.U. Student Discover Dead, Several Parts Extracted after going Missing for Weeks

Maryland County- Amos Wesseh, a 28-year-old student of the Tumbam University (TU) in Maryland County has been discovered dead with several parts extracted.

His anus, one eye, ear, kidneys, and part of the skull, among others, were extracted.

According to our Maryland County Correspondent, Amos Wesseh was immediately buried after his lifeless body was discovered.

The rising T.U. student left his Zone eight residence in Pleebo City, Maryland on March 4, to transport his sister’s goods to Mamako, in the county using his private motorbike, but did not return until his lifeless body was discovered over a creek in Grand Kru, Buah District on Saturday, March 25, 2023, by a team police search which consisted of fifty men from both Maryland and Grand Kru Counties.

Meanwhile, the Liberia National Police Grand Kru detachment has launched an investigation into the mysterious death of the late Amos Wesseh, which has instilled fear in residents of the area.

The mysterious death has become a common thing in Maryland County. It can be recalled on March 21, 2021, a 21-year-old High School student Mordecial Nyemah was murdered in Pleebo District after going missing for about 3 days.

And in late 2022,seven-year-old Levi Kofa was also discovered dead in Lake Shepherd in Harper after going missing for a week.

By: Peter Toe- Maryland County Correspondent

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    jimmy 6 months

    This is getting Real scarry in Liberia.

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