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Alleged rape suspect set Free
By James Myking Suah ( 0886874098, 0776358371/mykingsuah@gmail.com )

Barclay Ville, Grand Kru County - A pastor of St. Thomas Episcopal Church Rev. T. Koffa Nyemoh has been set free by the 12th Judicial Circuit Court of Grand Kru County.

The Judgment to set the pastor free was presided over by his honor Williams Sando.

The rape suspect has been in jail for over two years for allegedly raping a ten years old girl on December 22, 2015 in Setor Community Barclay Ville City.

Smile and laughter were on the face of the Episcopal prelate when his release was announced by the resident circuit judge on Saturday February 25, 2017.

According to the 12th Judicial Circuit judge, the evidence provided by the state witnesses were insufficient and therefore, he threw the matter out of the window thus setting the clergy man free.

Rev. T. Koffa Nyemoh of the St. Thomas Espiocal church in Grand Kru County was accused for sexually abusing his ten years old step daughter in Barclay Ville, Setor community on December 22, 2015.

Rev. T. Koffa Nyemoh upon his release by the court told SELNA Times that he is happy to be declared not guilty by the court after its hearing into the case which many citizens taught he had committed the act of rape.

The man of God lauded the efforts of his private lawyer Cllr. Thompson Jarpa for representing him in court to ensure that he is set free.

The clergy man maintained that he was falsely accused, because others intended to spoil his reputation to the public and his ministry as a God fearing person working in the interest of God.

For his part the county attorney Daniel T-Kay Dew said he was disappointed over the manner in which the defendant was granted freedom.

He noted that the crime happened within the family cycle and that the victim's mother who husband allegedly abused her teenage daughter testified against the state, making it very difficult for the Judge to rule in favor of the State, adding that justice was not served.

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