Sierra Leone Must Excel after COIs
Citizens and non-Sierra Leoneans across the world are anticipating that the country will rise up after the Commissions of Inquiry (COI) if the Government of President Bio wisely utilize money recovered from alleged corrupt officials in the previous administration of former President Ernest Bai Koroma.
Speaking to Sierra Express Media, a businessman in Freetown, Alpha Umaru Jah said they are expecting the Bio’s Paopa Government to actualize its words by constructing massive hospitals and other infrastructural structures across the country with the over seven billion Leones (Le 7B) recently presented to President Bio by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Boss, Ben Kaifala and the money they are going to discover from the All Peoples Congress (APC) past officials.
According to the businessman, if the Government of President Bio’s Government fails to provide basic necessity for his people after the much talked about COI’s will be classed as the worst regime ever in Sierra Leone.
‘’If the country continues lagging behind after spending millions of dollars to import foreign Judges, the Bio’s Government will also bring to book to account for money recovered’’, he told SEM adding that as a ‘Tok En Do’ President, Bio is expected to make life simple for citizens even though condition of living is worsening as prices of basic food commodity such as rice is keep on rising by the minute.
According to Mr. Jah, they wanted to see great difference as business people after the COI program and warned that Government officials must not pocket money recovered by the COI’s and ACC but to be utilized for its intended purposes as promised by the President or else they will equally face the full force of the law.
Mr. Jah said, he was happy that the COI’s has now become law to try any corrupt Government official and concluded by advising current public officials to act wisely to avoid future COI’s so that they may not be trapped for corruption or fraudulent conversion.
By Abdulai Mento Kamara
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