Musu’s Diary. Artist JP Kalonji. written by Nathaly Mleduc
During the Liberian civil wars, Musu’s and Varney’s mother fled to safety far from Monrovia. When Musu and Varney hear about the Jungle Jabbah trial, their hearts fill with hope and dreams that one day their family will be reunited. Disappointingly, the children realize that impunity is much more of a complex issue and that the Jungle Jabbah trial does not immediately bring justice to all victims. Not bending to this reality, Musu and Varney go on a quest to bring justice back to Liberia, even if that means meeting mystical figures of their land and facing fear.