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Campism… NRA goes burning

Campism… NRA goes burning

A pronouncement confirming the sacking of the Commissioner of Customs and six others has been characterized as having the traits of Campism – unwholesome cabals.

It is disclosed however that the suggestion to sack Commissioner Mohamed S. Bamba (in photo), Abubakarr Finnoh and others came owing to recommendation from the Board of the National Revenue Authority (NRA).

Facts have it that the dismissed senior custom officers were investigated for mismanagement and misappropriation of public funds.

In 2010, President Koroma in a public broadcast ordered the police to investigate containers owned by Mishen Kay Enterprises for evading payment of custom duties as called for by law.

This according to some NRA sources, lead to a serious split between the acting Commissioner General and the recently sacked Commissioner of Customs.

Disclosures have it that, as at police wrapped up of findings on the Mishen Kay container investigation, which virtually exonerated the Commissioner of Customs and other senior officers, NRA was already divided into camps – the Haja Kallah, Bamba, and Finnoh campsites.

It is a fact that the discovery of billions of Leone tax evasion in 2010, came owing to disclosures given the President by senior officials of NRA.

Heads of departments – so to say – the Customs and Excise and Office of the Commissioner General, all have boys working as undercover agents, who unfailingly relay the negative comings and goings of opponents.

It is revealed that preceding the dismissal of the Commissioner of Customs and six others, cabalists and campists at the NRA have, in sequence, paraded offices at State House to pass on damaging information against their adversaries.

It disclosed that the present NRA administration has had a field day suppressing personnel carrying names with Mende connections.

Junior personnel are reportedly forced to fit into camps or languish; not having any good postings at all.

Unconfirmed disclosures say that government has ticked Nat Cole as the next Commissioner of Customs and Excise.

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