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Chief of Staff caught in LE4.5 Billion housing scam

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Information on President Koroma’s Chief of Staff and Chairman of the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiatives (EITI), Keifala Marrah (in photo), reveals that he purchased a duplex in Northwest London at 46 Talbot Hendon worth in the region of £650,000 in cumulative value of (Le 4.5 Billion).

The source states that the State House chief used Azarvale Ltd, an offshore company with a questionable reputation, based in the United Kingdom to secure the building.

Many Sierra Leoneans have reacted to this news considering the fact that Keifala Marrah decides to make a comfort for himself out of monies sliced from the national cake.

Doubts have been raised as to how the State House chief is able to raise such a huge amount of money within this shortest possible time upon assuming office.

Many are pointing fingers to his appointment as the chairman of (EITI) to have being the safe heaven of his predatory trap to flourish with state resources unchecked.

The message on the lips of many Sierra Leonean is the hounding of state resources by state officials who are making delight out of the masses’ suffering.

By Mohamed Kabbah Turay

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One Comment on "Chief of Staff caught in LE4.5 Billion housing scam"

  1. special morgan on Sun, 22nd Apr 2012 12:53 am 

    where is anti-corruption to investigate this matter regarding Keifala Marrah.




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