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President’s Brother Under Attack…

President’s Brother Under Attack…

Underground groups seemingly described as ‘Mafias’ hang around Lunsar and surrounding villages in Pepel to find ways of defaming the President’s brother.  (Photo: Thomas Koroma, brother of HE President Ernest Bai Koroma)

The Groups are said to have been sponsored by some aggrieved businessmen eager to disrupt consultancy work contracted Thomas Koroma by African Minerals in the development of Pepel.

The object of said Maffia grouping, according to findings, is directed at vilifying the name of the President’s brother, Thomas Koroma, in whose responsibility, has the African Minerals dedicated consultancy functions.

The group is reportedly engaged in finding ways of subjecting the President’s brother into negative publicity.

In the township of Lunsar, Ferendugu and parts of Port-Loko District (all operational areas of the African Minerals), dissidents, supported by disgruntled business people, continues to orchestrate trouble for an organization that is having very good intentions for Sierra Leone.

Sources say members attached to the Mafia cabal have been unlawfully using Thomas Koroma’s name to extort money from persons desperately seeking for job at Africa Minerals.

That they were collecting money from poor youths and vanished their way leaving them without jobs.

Currently, there is a stalemate in London Mining; the company that takes over from TECSBACO Company and which rival with African Minerals.

Source say Austro-Minerals left Iron ore concentrate to the Magnitude of over 2000 Metric tonnes.

It is against such that the birth of Mafia groupings begins to surface at arrears where mining operates.

Notwithstanding this impasse, government, according to investigation, intends setting up an inquiry over derailed metal and scraps at the railway.

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