Charles Margai arrested – threatens Sierra Leone state security and First Lady
Source reveals that Charles Francis Margai (in photo), Chairman and Leader of the People’s Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC), who earlier this week threatened state security and attempted to incite tribalistic unrest in Sierra Leone at a press conference at his Rawdon Street Chambers in Freetown, has been arrested.
Charles Margai, son of former Prime Minister Sir Albert Margai and nephew of Sierra Leone’s first Prime Minister Sir Milton Margai, in response to questions raised over an ongoing land dispute between him and Sierra Leone’s First Lady Sia Nyama Koroma, in a deliberate attempt to create civil unrest said he has no confidence in the police or justice system in the country and that he has at his command 20,000 members of the Civil Defence Force (Kamajors) ready to wreak havoc. In a veiled threat, he also stated that President Koroma would not finish his second term, but hopes that he does.
It is unrevealed at time of going to press where Margai is being held.
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