While expressing their heartfelt condolences for the mysterious death of a hearing-impaired woman, Agnes Carew, who was kidnapped and rapped on the 9th August, 2021 resulting into her death, the National Commission for Persons with Disability (NCPD) has also called for justice to prevail for the killing of their compatriot.

Explaining about the death of the late woman (Agnes Carew), the sister of the deceased, Cassandra Carew disclosed that on the 9th August, 2021 whilst the late woman was on her way after returning from hospital was kidnapped by a motorbike ride to an unknown destination where she was tortured and raped and later dumped at the Kamayama field unconsciously. After receiving the news, the sister of the deceased continued, they went and reported the matter to the New England Ville Police Station but the police told them to wait until her late sister gained consciousness before a statement could be obtained from her. Whilst they were waiting, she said, her late sister could not withstand the pain and tribulation she was going through and that resulted to her death on the 26th September, 2021. This Press has unable to get to the Police at New England Ville to know the status of their investigation regarding the rape and kidnapped which resulted to the death of the late woman.

Sympathizing with the family of the late woman, the Chairman of the Disability Commission, James Taiwo Cullens, said the Commission is saddened to her the mysterious death of Agnes Carew and described the manner in which the late woman died as disgusting.

From Voice of Salone Newspaper, the Chairman of NCPD said the Commission frown at the mysterious death of the late woman revealing that as a Commission, they would do everything in their endeavor to secure justice for the deceased and her 3 months baby, adding that the Commission will pursue the matter until justice is discharged.

The Commission said though death is irreversible and inevitable but stressed on the need for all those that have hand in the death of the late woman to face the music.

The NCPD, therefore, presented a cheque of One Million Leones for the arrangement of the deceased and Le4,000,000 to upkeep the child of the late woman.

It can be recalled that the Commission, after receiving a letter sent to them by the family of the deceased on 28th September, 2021 about the incidence, immediately did a follow up call to the contract person mentioned therein in the letter but to no avail. The Commission since the receipt of the letter has been pushing for justice to prevail for the deceased at all cost.

Receiving the support in tears on behalf of the family, the sister of the late woman, Cassandra Carew appreciated the Commission for the support and called on them to continue to work closely with the family to seek justice for her late sister which the Commission had expressed determination to do.