The Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia wants the government of Liberia to launch a speedy investigation into the fire disaster that took the lives of 28 Muslim school children in the red light community.
According to AFELL President Atty. Vivian Neal, the lost of the 28 children and their teachers is a big blow to the country and its people.
Speaking at the memorial program for victims of the fire disaster held at the United Dawah Ummah Quranic Center, Atty. Neal says government has a constitutional responsibility to protect lives and proprieties at which they must investigate.
Atty. Neal says her organization waits eagerly on government for the investigative report on the fire outbreak that took away the lives of those innocent kids.
The Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia identified and presented a good will gesture to mothers of the 28 kids that died in the last week fire disaster.
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