Bo violence – Musa Tarawallie must come clean
It has reached desks of Sierra Express Media that the Minister of Internal Affairs, Musa Tarawallie, was in Bo town in the early hours of Friday 9th.
Disclosures are that Musa Tarawallie was spotted in Bo and that he later visited the Bo APC office where he gave money to party supporters.
It was revealed that on the Minister’s arrival, he was welcomed by number of commercial motor riders at New London and afterwards trooped to the APC party office along Mahei Boima Road where he dished money to unoccupied party supporters before later proceeding to the newly established Di Pa En Yai office at Tikonko Road.
Disclosures have it that he passed the night in Bo town and allegedly held meetings with some of his supporters to assure them that he is convinced President Koroma will undoubtedly not change his mind in appointing him as his next running mate for the 2012 elections.
Our source further revealed that Musa Tarawallie who used to be the Resident Minister Southern province enjoys the pleasure of support from a number of youths, some of whom he has supplied with commercial motorbikes, business capital, etc.
To this, came reasons leading to hundreds of opposition SLPP youths unfailingly switching loyalty to the APC.
A source from within ranks of the APC has acknowledged that money dished out by the Minister to supporters at the Bo APC party office was meant to prepare food for youths manning the office.
That Musa Tarawallie left Bo in the morning of Friday 9th hours before supporters of SLPP converged to celebrate ‘thank you’ visit of their Presidential flag bearer Julius Maada.
Allegations are that Musa Tarawallie seems unclean to the recent Bo unrest and must be subjected to thorough investigation by persons selected to investigate the said incident.
It could be recalled that on the 3rd September Musa Tarawallie also paid an unannounced visit in Kono town east of Sierra Leone which later resulted to serious unrest between himself and some Kono youths.
Up until last week, organizations and respected stakeholders in Kono and other parts of the country have asked government speedily investigate conducts of the Minister with regard the Kono shooting.
Some Sierra Leoneans that spoke to this press insist Musa Tarawallie must be suspended pending investigation.
It is a fact that, on number of times, Ministers have been subjected to suspension when they are investigated.
Efforts to get comment of the Minister proved futile.
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