Sierra Leone: Arrest warrant could be issued for ex-leader - Africa Feeds

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Sierra Leone hostile to debasement commission has said it is thinking about giving a capture warrant against the nation’s previous president, Ernest Bai Koroma.

Koroma neglected to consent to summons from the commission which is exploring him for debasement under his system.

The commission needs to test Mr Koroma following a request which reasoned that defilement during his administration carried the nation to the verge of monetary breakdown.

However, his attorneys said it hadn’t been alright for him to go from his home in the north to the capital Freetown.

Mr Koroma and a few authorities that served in his administration have been banished from leaving the nation.

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Koroma’s gathering has just excused the debasement claims.

The public authority has now requested Mr. Koroma and more than 100 individuals prosecuted to repay taken cash, relinquish their homes, or face further examinations.

The commission distinguished 111 people including financial specialists and legislators for conveying act degenerate acts.

Sierra Leone saw a severe, precious stone fuelled common battle in the 1990s and the new president has been set for fix the West African nation’s economy, actually recuperating from the war and late Ebola plague.

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