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Charles Mambu is SLPP mercenary

Charles Mambu is SLPP mercenary

Sierra Express has reliably learned that self-styled civil society guru and Chairman of the Health for All Coalition, Charles Mambu is a hidden worm planted on the APC by the opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP), a mercenary that works in silent espionage to cause trouble for the ruling government, using the name civil society.

His usually pious but deceptive representation of the interest of the people of Sierra Leone has been unraveled.

Word from very reliable people in the SLPP reveals that Charles Mambu is just one of few people that have been planted on the ruling APC by the SLPP to ensure that they creep into the system and come out with possible ways to deprecate the efforts of the government in the little endeavors made so far to salvage the country’s depraved state of development.

The Charles Mambu mission, according to information available to this press, is geared towards slithering his way to discover loop holes in the APC administration and make false alarm afterwards in the name of civil society, “a ploy that seems to be working so far, considering the level of penetration the lousy spy has gained in the system,” opined a concerned APC faithful who is very concerned about this development.

Members of the All Peoples Congress who have alluded to this development are very wary of the purported role Mr. Charles Mambu seems to be playing in various government projects all over the country in his acclaimed representation of civil society.

In his capacity as Chairman of the Free Health Care Coalition, Charles Mambu now holds a supervisory position in the implementation of the project, rather than the usual traditional monitoring role civil society plays in such national programmes.

Reports from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Sierra Leone Police confirms that Charles Mambu has been caught in a web of false alarms and indiscretions in the current implementation of the Free Health Care Service for pregnant women, lactating mothers and under five children.

Recently, according to CID reports, he allegedly made false alarm over theft of tons of medical products belonging to the Free Health Care programme only for the police to prove that the purported theft was actually returns of supplies from Moyamba, an incident that landed some senior civil servants in police net, courtesy of the alarmist theory of opposition undercover mole – Charles Mambu, as Sierra Express was made to understand.

Popular view is that Charles Mambu has enough filth in his cupboard with the discretionary use of funds he secured to carry out projects that never actually materialized.

Some members of the public this medium spoke to hold the view that this man and all his acclaimed coalitions of organizations must be probed for alleged irregularities bothering on corrupt activities.

Whilst Charles Mambu has denied all such allegations, this media has found out that he runs phony organizations with no proper employment records, working only with those known to be his kinsmen, paying them not from payroll but on tips from his pocket. Checks at NASSIT show no employment or Social Security Record of employees working under Charles Mambu but he is rather smart in sourcing donor and government money in the name of representing the interest of the general masses.

Meanwhile, this media has learnt about other SLPP spies inundating the civil service as well as other government functionaries in a bid to carry out the sullied ploys of the opposition SLPP.

Other civil society stakeholders known for such development have taken it to mean a misrepresentation of the very tenets of civil society which they firmly say must be devoid of any political affinity, describing the Charles Mambu pervasion as uncanny.

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