Monrovia, Liberia – The government of Liberia has ordered the release of the lifeless body of Charlot Musu, who was recently murdered at their home in Brewerville, Montserrado County. According to the Minister of Information Ledgerhood Rennie, the release of the remains of the late Charlott to the family for burial is a result of a full investigation conducted by relevant authorities in connection to the case and has been sent to court.
Minister Rennie made the pronouncement when spoke on a local radio station (OK FM) in Monrovia.
But the latest report from the Liberian government to release the lifeless body of Charlotte is a result of family, politicians, and public cries to release the remains for burial.
It is reported that the immediate parents of the late Charlotte Musu traveled from Maryland County to Monrovia upon hearing of the death of their daughter last month. The parents were denied the remains of Charlotte due to an ongoing investigation by the Liberian government.
It is in the public that the ongoing investigation of the case is political, linking the former Chief Justice Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott a relative of Charlotte and a member of the opposition Unity Party.