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Former National Action for Social Action (NaCSA) boss, Alhaji Kanja Sesay is giving the cold shoulder to his party of late, the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP). Reports have it that he is not what he used to be before with his party brethren.
Latest information reaching Sierra Express Media reveals that Kanja Sesay has suspected an outburst of his past clandestine deals and figures that such information might have reached desks of President Koroma. In fear of being brought to book he went over in the past weeks to Makeni, trailing the president’s convoy and pleaded for clemency.
We understand that his pardon has cost him his loyalty and does not want to give the impression he used to have for his party any more to his colleagues in suspicion that he might be seen as a miscreant in his refuge seeking journey.
Recently he denied access to members of the SLPP his office building at Poultney Street where they used to have meetings and casual discussions. His action is construed by some SLPP members as that Kanja has found a new reason to strain his relationship with them even he was such a man who gallantly stood there to ensure that Julius Maada Bio wins the flags bearer position.
It no news that the new avoidance theory put up by Kanja Sesay cannot be unconnected to the case involving him (Kanja Sesay), Mohamed Jabbie, and Martha Kanagbor over the illegal possession of NaCSA school materials which was allowed to die of natural death.
New found evidence points towards the resurgence of this matter should Kanja Sesay try to resurface into active politics, especially against the ruling APC.
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