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In Sierra Leone Sacked Minister Loots

In Sierra Leone Sacked Minister Loots

Erstwhile Deputy Minister of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs, Rosaline Oya Sankoh (in photo) reportedly vandalized her New England Ville office and made away with government properties after she had been relieved from office.

Documents in our possession have also confirmed that office equipment and various other items that were supplied after the refurbishment of the deputy minister’s office were conspicuously missing and could not be accounted for. Items such as office furniture, a twenty-six yard Floor Carpet, two-in-one settee chair and even the plasma television was exchanged with a faulty one.  The foregoing disclosure was brought to light by the newly approved sight impaired Deputy Minister, Mr. Mustapha Bai Attila who though it prudent to request for an inventory of government properties on assuming office. Converting government properties to personal gains is a commonplace among officials in public services and what the former deputy minister has allegedly done is by no means an exception.

Madam Rosaline Oya Sankoh was called upon to confirm the veracity of such allegation but she refused to accept onus of the missing properties in her former office.

Meanwhile, the former deputy is also said to be at war with the permanent secretary of the ministry over the unlawful lease of the Approved School land in the east of Freetown which is also the property of the ministry. Read more on this in subsequent edition.

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  • Warnings by The President, Mayor etc are just not good enough.
    In order to enhance cost-effectiveness in our national interest and to confirm that The President is sincere, it is better to ensure legally tenable incriminating evidance is properly collated, then, process arrests and prosecution

    2nd February 2013

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