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POLICE CONFIRMS DISCREPANCY IN EGTC AUDIT REPORT

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POLICE CONFIRMS DISCREPANCY IN EGTC AUDIT REPORT

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In his testimony, the witness, Detective Alusine Dumbuya intimated the court that he is attached to the Sierra Leone Police Force Internal Audit Department and recognized all accused persons in the dock as staff of EGTC.

He further informed the well attended court that he also recognized Mr. John Aruna Kabbia as the head of Internal Audit Department of the Sierra Leone Police Force and Alhaji Charm Bundu as staff of EGTC and the complainant in the matter.

According to Detective Alusine Dumbuya his boss John Aruna Kabbia instructed him, DPC Kamara J. and DPC Kewullay.M to investigate an Internal Audit Report of the Electricity Generation and Transmission Company.

He went on to state that  during the cause of the investigation they realized several discrepancies in the lubricant diary, security diary, tally cards, triplicate store voucher including receipts of one thousand twenty drums of lubricant oil allegedly stolen from the company store at Black Hall Road in Freetown.

The Head of the police prosecution, ASP Raymond Dunia however applied to the Bench for an adjournment in the matter so as to enable the prosecuting team to collate all documents germane to the matter before the court, whilst counsel for the second accused person, M. Marrah argued that since the matter is in progress, all documents relating to the matter before the court should be made available to them. 

 

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