She admits that she learned some good things: how to take care of her husband and the home, singing, dancing, plaiting hair and cooking.
But, when she returned home, her husband rejected her.
A bitter and lonely woman, 42-year-old Kebbeh weeps as she relives the event that destroyed her life.
“I was circumcised against my will,” says Kebbeh, sitting in front of her little hut in a remote area of Mount Barclay.
I have two daughters staying with me, i have never travel out of my country I grew up in monrovia, I am Amos Varney. I like teaching and also I love to sit and always be with my I am black man from Africa, Liberia.
I spend most of my time in the tailoring shop, there where I get money from to eat, some time I ride motorbike to survive.
Our partners at Africa Check looked at the available survey data to determine the accuracy of Rosenberg’s claim.
"This is education in Liberia," Rosenberg wrote in the on June 14.
Liberia suffered two devastating civil wars from 1989–19–2003.
The wars left the country nearly destroyed with minimal infrastructure and thousands dead.
She didn’t know her mother had committed an offense against ethnic laws and, as a punishment, was ordered to bring her oldest child to the Sande Society to satisfy their ancestors.
“One day, I took the bucket to the creek for water,” says Kebbeh.