The Liberia National Police early Monday Morning fire teargas to disperse protesters, following a toad block in demand of electricity in the Chicken Soup Factory area.
The protesters placed a roadblock, denying movement of vehicles and commuters for over three hours, before being dispersed by Police.
The police action, according to our reporter on the scene, the police action to fire teargas, also left some students and citizens who were on their ways to work affected.
Prior to the police presence, the Spokesman of the aggrieved protesters, Nathaniel David described the LEC action to electrify a segment of the community, leaving a wide portion out as unacceptable.
According to Davis, several efforts made to ensure that the LEC complete the project have yielded no result.
He said it was unfortunate that the police will fore tear gas at citizens who were demanding access to electricity.
For his part, the Chairman of the Community Atty. Henry Wokolo described the police action as unprofessional.
Atty Wokolo said the LNP as a professional Force, should have a dialogue with the protesters to leave, instead of firing tear gas at them.