The Liberia National Police LNP has dismissed rape allegation against Bong County Representative Prince K. Moye stating that the “allegation lacks magnitude”.
The leadership of the House Representatives has officially been communicated to by the Liberia National Police indicating results of the complaint filed against the Bong County District #2 Lawmaker on October 8, 2016. Police Spokesperson Sam Collins is quoted in a formal statement issued on Friday of last week clearing the Bong County Lawmaker, Prince K. Moye on November 8, 2016 dismissing the testimonies of statutory rape brought against him by a lady identified as Kumba Kollie, an aunt of Ma Mary, that she was raped in 2014. The House of Representatives Press and Public Affairs Bureau maintained that the allegation was masterminded by Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh and hired news organs, the Hott Pepper and People newspapers. According to the House Press Bureau, the sole purpose was to blackmail, extort and cause political humiliation for Representative Prince K. Moye of Bong County. The Press and Public Affairs Bureau is therefore cautioning the public against false reports against any members of the Honorable House of Representatives that will spoil the hard earned characters of Legislators. The House’s Press Bureau also pointed out that it is aware that political hired guns and extortionists will use this political season to malign the good characters of those they see as potential threats to their political ambition. Police Spokesperson Sam Collins indicated that police investigators did not find any tangible evidences linking the Bong County lawmaker to the commission of the crime as speculated in the People Newspaper and Hott Pepper newspaper respectively. The copy of the report sent to leadership of the House of Representatives is under the signature of Deputy Commander Toile Menden of the Women and Children Protection Section of RIA Police Detachment and approved by Inspector Janet G. Fanyan, Commander of WACPS. “Facts and Findings also point to the inconsistent and uncorroborated statements of facts which make it impossible for the Women and Children Protection Section of the LNP assigned at the Roberts International Airport offices investigation to establish probable cause to charge Representative Prince Moye, the alleged perpetrator. Until evidence important and germane to the investigation is established, the allegation levied last October by Ms. Kumba Kollie , the mother of victim Ma-Mary is closed in accordance with the LNP SOP Chapter seven section 7.5.3,” the WACPS report indicated.