Secret Leaked – We Yone Child Foundation Extorts Kids
A much trumpeted child protection organization, We Yone Child Foundation (WYCF) has proven its insincerity to children they are pretending to protect, by forcing them to pay the sum of Le2,000 before they could be allowed to watch the famous South African movie, Sarafina on the day of African Child when innocent children were anticipating to enjoy and exercise their rights.
Contacting the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of We Yone Child Foundation, Santigie Bayo Dumbuya as to why the current Head of Schools, Amara Shangay and cohorts were extorting vulnerable children, he argued that he has no knowledge about it adding that he would allow his lawyer to terminate their contract if evidence proves that indeed his men collected money from children at We Yone Primary School, Kroo Bay community on that fateful day.
The photo above shows the two thousand Leones ticket forcefully sold to poor and unhealthy children of Kroo Bay community which means, this medium is now serving as an eagle eye to see the reaction of WYCF CEO, Santigie B. Dumbuya upon reading this article.
What is not good on the side of WYCF is that, such suspected malpractices never occurred in the days of Elizabeth Briwa as Head of Schools but now that she has been replaced by a male counterpart, children started complaining that they are not receiving what they are supposed to benefit as children in need under this regime surrounded with shady deals.
It could be recalled that our Sierra Leonean sister based in China, Ada Yang of Quinack Foundation donated learning materials comprised books, pencils, pen and confectioneries to be distributed among children but in the end we saw facilitators returned home with some materials and left other children with nothing.
This medium is therefore drawing the attention of management of WYCF to handover whatever they have collected in their door to door resource mobilization to the suppose beneficiaries as the scheme aimed at helping deprived and homeless children that are affected by the multiple natural disasters.
By Abdulai Mento Kamara
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