St. Moses Bring Back our boys, the families of 3 missing young men threaten another protest action


The families of the three men who allegedly got drown in the St. Paul River in Bong County have threatened to take another protest action at the premises of the St, Moses Funeral parlours in Garnerville.

Speaking at a press conference on Monday in Monrovia, the spokeman of the families Pastor Elijah Watson said the young men who were hired by the Owner of the St, Moses Funeral Parlors Moses  Ahossouhe and a senior officer of the National Security Agency(NSA), Abraham Samuels to work at their Mining company in Bong County did not drown as being reported by St. Moses but are rather being kept to be used for ritualistic purpose.

Pastor Watson said the families will continue to protest until they see the return of their son. He at the same time condemned the Liberia National Police for not taking St. Moses as the prime suspect in the case but rather a person of interest something he termed as unfortunate.

According to Pastor Watson, the inconsistencies in the statements given by Mr. Ahossouhe and others involved in the case tells that there is foul play and justice must be served.

The Blama, Boimah and Gbeanquio families said their children are in the ages of 19, 31 and 32.