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ACC Secures Conviction: Le527M Fine for NRA Boss

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ACC Secures Conviction: Le527M Fine for NRA Boss


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Hon. Justice Jarret ordered Ms. Alghali to either pay the sum of Three Hundred Million Leones (Le300,000,000) for both counts, or serve a jail term of three years.

She also made a Restitution Order in the sum of Two Hundred And Twenty-Seven Million Leones (Le227,000,000). Therefore, Ms. Alghali should pay back to the State a total sum of Five Hundred and Twenty-Seven Million Leones (Le527,000,000), following her guilty plea.

Both fine and restitution sums, as ordered by Justice C. Jarret, are to be espectively paid not later than 1st November 2019; and 1st December 2019. Furthermore, she was ordered to surrender her travelling documents to the Acting Master and Registrar of the High Court of Sierra Leone, and bail was accordingly granted.

The public may recall that on 12th September 2019, the ACC had filed an indictment against Dr. Sarah Finda Bendu, the former Executive Director, Sierra Leone Road Safety Authority (SLRSA), Mr. Victor Labor, former Procurement Manager, SLRSA, and Ms. Alghali, on various counts of corruption charges relating to a corrupt scheme that led to misappropriation of funds at the SLRSA.

Whilst Ms. Alghali has pleaded guilty, Dr. Bendu and Mr. Labor pleaded Not Guilty in the same matter and the trial against the latter two will continue.

Bail was also granted to Dr. Bendu and Victor Labour, and the matter adjourned to 21st October 2019.

In this regard, the Commission has advised all public officers who are in control of public resources to comply with laid down laws and procedures in the handling and disbursement of same.

The Commission was represented by Calvin Mantsebo, Esq, and the accused was represented by Fatmata Sorie and I.P. Mammie Esq.

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