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Attorney General Beseeches Sylvia Blyden

Attorney General Beseeches Sylvia Blyden

The Attorney General, who until recently, filed a complaint to the Independent Media Commission (IMC), complaining the publisher of Awareness Times newspaper, seemed making ‘U Turn,’ beseeching Sylvia Blyden to refrain from publishing stories associating him negatively.

Facts say the IMC has had its first session of complaint between the Minister of Justice on the one side and Dr. Sylvia Olayinka Blyden on the other side.

It has been told to this press that the Minister who acts on behalf of President Koroma, did not show up at the hearing, but rather hired the services of a private lawyer Pa. Momoh Fofanah.

Sylvia Blyden is said to have forwarded important and salient points arguing against complaint tabled by the office of the Attorney General and Minister of Justice.

It must be noted that a story recently published by Sylvia Blyden titled: “What’s the color of the APC Leader’s Underwear,” reveals President Koroma’s ‘Koromaism’ discussion of the colour of male politicians’ underwear in assumed visits to discuss party politics.

Be it known also that the word ‘Underwear’ apparently dominates pages of newspapers and online publications linking Sierra Leone.

Prior to Sylvia’s questionable publication of the APC Leader’s Underwear, there was previous publication definitively telling the colour of opposition SLPP Chairman’s Underwear.

In an interview with Sylvia Blyden, she rejects making any comment in relation to the IMC complaint hearing, but reiterates she is up and ready to unfailingly crush out uncalled for and unfortunate meditations of the Attorney General that a story published by the Awareness Times titled: “What’s the colour of the APC Leader’s Underwear,” was meant to create disaffection between the President and his subjects.

“The Attorney General did not show up during the IMC deliberation at all, but instead sent a private lawyer to represent him,” Sylvia said.

“It sounds dumbfounded that a government Minister, so to say, the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Frank Kargbo, refused consulting the services of state council lawyers to act on his behalf at the complaint hearing, but rather a private lawyer.”

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