NAMBO maintains that while it is too soon to cast aspersions and render any judgment, it equally will not support nor condone any acts of inhumane or degrading treatment against the children and women of Liberia. The Movement says it reaffirms its profound commitment to the notational crusade against sexual and gender-based violence as well as all other forms of violence against women and children at all times.
Meanwhile, the Movement is calling on the county attorney of Lofa to treat the allegation of rape against Mr. Anthony Korvah Kpadeh with urgency and ensure that justice is dispensed adequately. By the same token, NAMBO is urging all and sundry not to condemn Mr. Anthony Kpadeh until a full scale due process is exhausted and a final verdict is derived. Mr. Kpadeh remains innocent until proven guilty, and this fundamental right of his must be upheld and respected.
In a related development, NAMBO is calling on some elements in the media to desist from spreading the false rumor that Mr. Anthony Korvah Kpadeh is a brother of its National Secretary General, (Moncio) Robert W. Kpadeh. In matters like this, it is only proper that adequate investigations are made before making insinuations that have the propensity to besmear and malign the great characters of others. NAMBO wants to make it categorically clear to all and sundry that even though the two bear the same last name; there exists no relationship, whatsoever between Moncio Robert W. Kpadeh and Mr. Anthony Korvah Kpadeh who actively steered the affairs of the Lofa County Chapter of the Movement prior to his suspension.