Bio Humiliates Ernest Koroma by Inviting the APC Hierarchy to Police Next Week!
By a press release (08/01/19)
Former President Ernest Bai Koroma and his APC hierarchy have been ordered to visit police next week to answer to allegations of subversion.
Reports further reveal that the former Vice President Alhaji Samuel Sam Sumana, who recently rejoined the main opposition APC party, has given his consent to escort his former boss Ernest Koroma and the National Executive Officers of the APC Party to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) in Freetown. (Photo: President Bio on mission to humiliate former President Koroma, left).
Police have summoned for questioning the National Executive Officers of the APC party regarding the recent press release issued by the party's Scribe, Alhaji Osman Foday Yansaneh. Including Ernest Koroma who is Chairman and Leader of the party.
Assistant Inspector General for Crime Services, Ibrahima Jah told BBC Umaru Fofana that the invite was part of investigations into a press release the party issued in December in which they said they wouldn’t cooperate with the Commission of Inquiry into the financial activities of the Koroma administration, until certain demands were met.
"That’s incitement to rebellion and subverting a constitutional instrument", Police Officer Jah said. Osman Yansanneh, the APC Secretary General also reportedly confirmed that they’d been invited to appear on Monday January 07 and that they would oblige. (Photo: Cross section of APC former government officials).
He said they’d however asked for a week extension for their national executive to assemble. A request the police have now granted.
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Among the APC politicians are Hon. Dauda Kallon,former member of parliament the Western Area Rural District and also APC female political activists, Madam Umu Barrie and Jeneba Bangura among others.
The APC activists were brought before the court on 4 count charges ranging from riotous conduct, disorderly behaviour, abusive language and possession of offensive weapons. An allegation they outrightly denied.
Courtesy: We Yone Newspaper 2019