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Expired Drugs discovered in Kabala

Expired Drugs discovered in Kabala

The police in Kabala, the regional headquarter town of Koinadugu District headed by Superintendent Henry M. Sesay, has arrested and charged to court one Peace Maker, Balasama Kargbo for having in his possession drugs believed to have expired, discovered at his Nazalla Clinic at Yogomaya in Kabala.

Speaking to this reporter, the Local Unit Commander (LUC) of the Kabala police division, Superintendent Henry M. Sesay said sometime in August, three workers of Health for All Coalition visited them and reported that they were in Kabala to search free health care drugs.

The LUC said after their documents have been examined, they were booked and allowed to go on their search as it was in the best interest of the country.

The LUC disclosed that team later returned to the workers of the Nazalla Clinic with a huge quantity of expired drugs

It could be recalled that the suspect involved in the expired drug scam was the same person the Director of Centre for Democracy and Human Rights (CDHR), Mr. Gibrill Massie Bah, used as his witness for the alleged extortion of money, an issue that is currently under investigation by the Rogbaneh police in Makeni involving three workers of Health for All Coalition.

In Makeni, the witness and the accused from Kabala, Peace Maker B. Kargbo told the police that his sister told him that she gave money to the Kabala police on behalf of the coalition workers. After which he also granted an interview to CTN where he said HE, the President gave the money to the police for the workers.

This news, according to the LUC in Kabala, did not go down well with them which urged him to order for the accused that was on bail. Upon arrival the police station, he further stressed, “We asked him to identify the police officer he gave money to, only for Peace Maker to states that information was given to him by his sister.

Speaking to the District Crime Officer of Koinadugu Detective Inspector Joe E. Gbani in his Kabala office said as the man in charged of the matter, he ordered his men to come with the sister of the accused who upon investigation denied knowledge of any monetary transaction as she was in Makeni participating in a workshop at the time, adding that she never told Peace Maker anything relating to giving money to the police.

However the pharmacist attached to the Kabala government hospital has certified that indeed the drugs were expired.

The Kabala police have charged to matter to court and the accused has made his first appearance. The matter was adjourned to next week.

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