BIO SETS TO WIN, AS MORE APC MINISTERS’ FAMILY FLEE

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Impeccable sources at the Lungi International Airport have informed this press that more family members of the APC regime has been seen leaving the country in droves realizing that the APC party has lost the election to the main opposition party the SLPP. Sources at the Sea Bird and Sea Coach boat services also report increased traffic of Ministers’ wives and children crossing over to Lungi. Prominent among these fleeing families include the families of Alpha Khan, Dr. Samura Kamara, Kemoh Sesay, Pallo Conteh, Abu Bakarr Fornah, Chief Justice Cham to name a few. The APC running mate Chernoh Maju Bah aka Chericoco has asked his wife’s familyin Kenema to flee to Guinea where his wife will soon join them. Moves by these APC leaders can only suggest that they have seen thehand writing on the wal and may want to avoid the perceived wrath of the people.

The scramble to flee the country is due to the fact that the hierarchy of the APC have been informed that Maada Bio has won handily and the result has already been shared with the international community. It should be noted both parties declared victory. However, only the SLPP backed their claim up with well tabulated data and so far, the figures coming out from NEC corroborates the SLPP’s estimates. On the other hand, the APC party is yet to produce any credible evidence that they won. This stack reality has sent fear among the leadership of the APC hence the scramble to get out.

On another front, Sierra Leoneans in the United States have resolved to report Leroy Kabs-Kanu the proprietor and editor of Cocorioko to the Internal Revenue Services for the non-payment of taxes for almost ten years.  Kabs-Kanu is also  Minister Plenipotentiary attached to the Sierra Leone Mission in New York. However, sources claim he has not gone to work for the past five years while receiving salary from the government of Sierra Leone.

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