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A man has been accused of killing a young mother who was weeks away from giving birth to her fourth child.
Janet Dweh, 36, was found dead on October 4 in a pool of blood at her home in the eastern suburbs of Dayton, Perth.
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Her worried brother returned home after she failed to show up to a family reunion and found his body.
Police in Western Australia charged a 50-year-old man from Ellenbrook with the murder on Friday.
He will appear before Midland Magistrates Court later on Friday.
In search of a better life in Australia, Ms Dweh fled war-torn Liberia in West Africa as a teenager and took maternity leave before giving birth.
Destroyed friends and family comforted each other as they remembered an “amazing” woman and loved one in the community.
“I am very sad and incredulous. I can’t believe the first time I heard the news I thought Janet was dead, ”her uncle Erskine Brown-Zabay said.
“I thought this girl was safe, how can she just die?” ”
Christopher Sunday enthusiastically added: “It was wrong for someone to kill themselves like that.”
Sunday said the united community had been severely affected by the tragedy.
“Everyone who was here last night started to cry, they all fell in the streets,” he said.
“She’s like the boss. Everyone comes to her for similar advice, advice, mostly young people.
“He was one of the best people who had a great job leading people in the right direction. She was an amazing and very kind person. ”
Ms Dweh’s employer, Villa Terenzio, an Italian nursing home, also complained to university graduate Edith Cowan.
“We are heartbroken as a community,” the company told Seven News.
“She was a dedicated nurse, a loving and caring colleague, and a friend to so many people.
Ms. Dweh’s three children are now in the care of their grandmother.