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As the internal fight in the opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) intensifies, this newspaper has learnt that the party’s Running Mate, Kadi Sesay, has strongly charged the National Chairman and Leader of the party, John Oponjo Benjamin.
Usually credible sources say Kadi Sesay (photo) has forwarded a letter to John Benjamin demanding an explanation as to the status of the Le 1 billion that was raised during the registration of nineteen Flagbearer aspirants.
Although this press is not privy to the letter in question, our sources say the money in question was lodged at the Sierra Leone Commercial Bank, but was later transferred to the Bank of Sierra Leone.
It was further revealed that the said amount has reduced drastically to the tune of Le 300 million, which has caused the female running mate to write and enquire on how the money was spent.
Whether or not John Benjamin has responded to the alleged serious concerns of the running mate remains a mystery.
Apart from this, there are more internal battles between and among the hierarchy of the party.
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