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Indian Businessman Beats Sierra Leonean Workers at King Krown Enterprise

Indian Businessman Beats Sierra Leonean Workers at King Krown Enterprise

This medium can emphatically reveal that a businessman at King Krown Enterprises, commonly known as RK has confirmed that  he recently beat three of his workers, including Momodu Boie Barrie, who have been sacked without benefit, Foday and one other for allegedly stealing cartons of mayonnaise at one of his business places at No. 31 Sani Abacha Street in Freetown.

Speaking to Momodu Boie Barrie, who is accused of being the ring leader among the accused persons that allegedly stole three cartons of mayonnaise said on one fateful morning, his boss, RK called to send him to collect money somewhere, but suddenly he told him not to go there within the concept that he would do the transaction himself.

During that time, the first accused, Momodu Boie Barrie who joined a team of young men to offload rice, said when he saw Mr. RK and his brother, HK appeared in the shop and called on them as the three accused persons with regards the missing properties, noting that he had worked for the company for a period of three years without involving in any dubious deal against the management.

He argued that he has no idea over the trumpeted stolen properties, adding that as they insisted of having any knowledge over the missing mayonnaise, Mr. RK and brother started beating him inhumanly and sustained bruises on his face and complained of general body pain.

At this stage, the tearing and helpless workers said, they were then invited at the other office of King Krown Enterprise at 9 Sani Abacha Street where they were unexpectedly arrested by officers from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to the headquarter and detained for two days, according to the Indian Enterprise.

However, one of the apprehended victim said he was detained at the CID without taking statement from him, while the CID, Mr. John and RK challenged that statement was taken from him at the CID Headquarters in Freetown,.

Concluding, Mr. Barrie said the Police later told them to pay for the missing three cartoons of mayonnaise, adding that he pledge his phone to secure bail, but fortunately for them he said, one of the accused brothers who served as surety bailed them with the motive that they must report at the CID on a daily basis until the matter folds up.

Contacting Mr. RK at his No. 9 Sani Abacha Street in Freetown to respond to allegations leveled against him, he answered that he gave one slap to each of the alleged thieves and stressed that Mohamed Boie Barrie have been caught stealing twice but each time he set him free but he decided to sack and pursue to CID because he has lost over Three Hundred Million Leones (Le300M) in two months last year to thieves.

He discussed that Mohamed Boie Barrie deserves no benefit because he was caught stealing three cartoons of mayonnaise, even though only 21 bottles of mayonnaise were caught with them, this was according to the Investigating Officer (IO) at the CID, Mr. John.

But what baffling the press was that, RK was asked by the investigating journalists to produce evidence of the footage that he claimed to be in his possession, but he could not able to do so until press time.

After thorough investigation, Mr. RK confessed that he saw Mr. Barrie in action when he was stealing the said three cartoons of mayonnaise instead of relying on the footage as there is Close Circuit Television (CCTV) all over his place of business.

Visiting the Investigating Officer, Mr. John at his CID office in Freetown, he said a case of Larceny was reported to him by the King Krown Enterprise at Sani Abacha Street, noting that the suspects were caught stealing 21 bottles of mayonnaise, but Mr. RK alleged that about three cartoons of mayonnaise missing in the store.

He said their role as investigators is only to investigate on the matter and bring the culprit to book or charged to court if necessary.

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