Dumanski’s documents now before President Koroma
The matter of Victor Dumanski, whose $2million worth of houses that were taken away from him in alleged dubious circumstances in the High Court of Sierra Leone over a year ago, is now on the table of the President.
According to sources from State Lodge, the said documents of Victor Dumanski are now before President Ernest Bai Koroma to peruse and action. The sources further revealed that President Koroma is expected to hold talks with the Attorney General and Minister of Justice Franklyn Bai Kargbo and Minister of Lands, Housing and Country Planning, Hon. Musa Tarawalie with regards the document.
It could be recalled that, the High Court of Sierra Leone ruled against Victor Dumanski which resulted for him losing his two houses at Hamilton village valued at $2 M, which ruling has caused Victor Dumanski to be devastated and now living in a poor state.
It was further understood that after the High Court action there was sustained public outcry from peaceful citizens, Foreign Diplomats, Civil Society Organizations and other various condemning the judgment and called for a review but all pleas fell in deaf ears.
In an interview with Mr. Dumanski recently, in his hiding place, he explained the ordeal he has suffered under laws of the land and told reporters that no action was brought against him during the period he was building his houses and that he was not informed about the ruling against him nor was he informed about his right of appeal “I have suffered the highest injustice in Sierra Leone as this will not happen in Ukraine or Russia where I come from”.
Mr. Dumanski furthered that such action by the Courts of Sierra Leone has scared away investors from coming in to the country and also highlighted how he was asked to pay $450,000.00 for the one acre and two town lots he built his two million dollars houses in order for him to regain his houses a situation he referred to as paradoxical to the reality of the matter.
Eye witnesses reports have it that, people are now using the houses as a disco centres and also ghettos, a place for smoking marijuana, and also as brothel on a daily bases.
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