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Sierra Leone’s President Julius Maada Bio Sacks Chief of Protocol After Testifying at TB Joshua

Julius Maada Bio, President of Sierra Leone, ended his collaboration with Chief of Protocol Fatmata Kargbo after she visited the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), owned by Nigerian pastor TB Joshua, to witness how God favored it.

Kargbo was featured on TB Joshua’s Emmanuel TV channel, testifying to how God favored her in her recent appointment as assistant to the president and how she was able to finish her new home. she abandoned for many years.

Presenting pictures of the luxury mansion she had just finished, Kargbo told the congregation that her life had changed since.

“I want to thank God for granting me this position as SCOP to the President of Sierra Leone and the blessings that accompany him. If you look closely at this picture, you will see the luxurious house of which God has blessed me. I lived in a one-room apartment. But my story is different now. ” 


His testimony, which aimed to show how good God is, sparked a scandal in Sierra Leone.

The president was forced to end his term and ordered the country’s Anti-Corruption Commission (CAC) to invest in his finances to determine the source of the wealth with which it had succeeded at this duplex in such a short time. .

A letter sent to Kargbo by CAA states that it will review its previous asset declarations in accordance with Sierra Leone’s anti-corruption law, which requires state agents to declare their assets three months after the start of the mandate and three months after their departure.

“The Anti-Corruption Commission has opened a formal investigation into the grievor’s conduct and testimony. We will also examine its source of wealth when acquiring his home and other properties. If it contradicts the anti-corruption act or if we find examples of unexplained wealth, it will be brought to court and will be fined. “


Written by How Africa

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