Stakeholders Condemn Guard Street Incident in Sierra Leone
Various stakeholders at Guard Street where the brutal violence perpetrated by an Indian national who was working for Bestow Trading Company as a supplier but he has been sacked, recently against a fellow citizen in connivance with two heartless Sierra Leoneans have totally condemned what they described as an ungodly act for ritual purposes. (Photo: Victim of Indian ritual mission at Connaught hospital)
Speaking to this medium, one of the key stakeholders who happens to be former parliamentary aspirant for Constituency 122 under the All Peoples Congress (APC) ticket and a close neighbour to the house where the ugly incident took place, Issa Marwan Malador said he was not happy being that he said, the ritual activity took place in his area.
He expressed pity over the violent attack against fellow Sierra Leoneans by their own brothers under the supervision of an Indian foreign personnel and condemned all forms of inhuman activity against the poor mobile retailer, Bai Koroma aka ‘Buff Case’.
According to the victim of the brutal and deadly attack, last Sunday, 17th March, 2019, he was called at around 12:00pm by the accused ritualist Indian in the name of Romeo with the vibes that he wanted to buy five million Leones (Le5M) phones adding that he immediately joined a tricycle (Kekeh) with twenty (20) sophisticated mobile phones valued at fifty million Leones (Le50M) to pick his choice.
The survivor of the Indian ritual plan, Bai Koroma explained that when he reached the house at Guard Street, adjacent Issa Malador’s compound, he was led by the indicted Indian bad man to an inner room where he asked him to display the various mobile phones he has for sale.
As I was removing the different types of mobile phones from my business bag for the killer Indian investor to have his choice, the victim said, two fellow Sierra Leoneans appeared on him and closed the door.
At this stage, the survivor of the terrorist attack said, the two huge guys started stabbing him with sharp objects and seized his mouth to remove his thong but through the power of God, he was able to fight the wizards for over ten minute before one of the neighbours Alias Jalloh, whom he described as his saviour heard the loud noise and he immediately climbed the step.
When I reached the entrance door, one of the conspirators Romeo against the victim said they were parking the place but Alias Jalloh insisted that he wanted to see what was happening inside when he saw blood gaining possession of the floor like rain water and the lucky Bai Koroma lied down on the bear floor helplessly. Alias Jalloh, the rescuer said at this juncture, the ritualist Romeo came and argued that the victim has to pay him but my surprise was that, the rescuer said, he argued that the helpless man on the floor who Mr. Indian did not only accused him of owing him sum amount of money but also came and fight him in his house has blood all over his body with deep wounds while the Indian killer shirt remains clean with no drop of blood. He said, he then closed the door as all of the three suspects including the Indian fellow were running here and there to hide themselves but as a rescuer, he alerted the people who immediately stormed and pelted stones on the house with the aim to bring it down but they were overpowered by the security personnel including military and OSD officers who were firing tears gas canister.
Councilor for Ward 424, Abdulrahman Kamara commonly known as Awajay said he was at PZ when he was called and informed about the ugly happenings. Upon reaching the house, the Councilor said he went to the house together with Malador adding that he immediately called for more Police reinforcement.
He encouraged young people to allow the law to take it’s course to avoid any confrontation that may result to ruin. He promised to monitor the matter until the law takes it course and the truth prevail. He called on Government to treat the matter with all the seriousness it deserves.
By Abdulai Mento Kamara
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