Police Still Hunt Girlfriend “Killer”
Police in Monrovia are still in hot pursuit of a man who allegedly stabbed his 28 year-old girlfriend recently in Monrovia, Police Spokesman Sam Collins has said.
Report says Benedict Wesseh reportedly stabbed his girlfriend, Decontee Fialey, 28, with a scissor in their Lakpazee residence last Tuesday. The remains of Decontee was discovered in their bedroom. Police Spokesman, Sam Collins told The INQUIRER that the incident occurred on Tuesday night when Benedict and Decontee were in bed.
What actually led to the killing of Decontee is yet to be established but sources closed to the two lovers disclosed that the two have been accusing each others on extra sexual affairs that sometimes led to heavy confusion.
Mr. Collins disclosed that Benedict was the boyfriend of Decontee. She was a student of the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) on Camp Johnson Road in Monrovia. Mr. Collins told this paper that the incident occurred after the AMEZU graduation on Tuesday.
He said the deceased attended the AMEZU graduation ceremony and returned home before she met her untimely demise. He said the Liberia National Police is still in hot pursuit of Mr. Wesseh, and that he Wesseh will be made to face justice.