Following a riot which left at least 20 people injured at a local nightclub, the sons of a government minister and a top businessman have been charged by police
The Liberia National Police (LNP) have arrested, charged and subsequently presented two persons to the Monrovia City Court in connection with the bloody fighting at the Dejavu Night Club on Christmas Eve-December 24, 2012. The Dejavu Night Club is one of Liberia’s popular night clubs located at Airfield Shortcut in Monrovia.
At least 20 persons got wounded during the fighting at the night club. The violence was occasioned by the throwing of bottles, chairs and other deadly weapons. Following the violence, Police Director Chris Massaquoi shut down the night club for time indefinite. Director Massaquoi said the night club would remain shut down pending the outcome a police investigation into the incident.
According to the reporter of allafrica.com; EUGENE K. MYERS (28 DECEMBER 2012), the LNP Spokesman, Mr. Same Collins said the police would remain uncompromising on its stance to have the night club shout down for time indefinite until its investigation is concluded and that the management puts into place new security measures that will ensure the safety of everyone who attends the club.