The All People’s Congress (APC) has maintained it grounds not to subject its members to the Commissions of Enquiry.
Three Commissions of Inquiry start work today in Sierra Leone to investigate the 10-year administration of President Ernest Bai Koroma. They’ll look at governance, infrastructure, and assets and lifestyle of senior public officials between 2007 and 2018.
Former President Ernest Bai Koroma’s APC party have again reiterated their objection to the inquiry, demanding the rules of evidence be first published and senior civil servants be made a part of those to be investigated.
The APC believes the Commissions of Inquiry are a political witch hunt and the instruments used to establish them have some ‘legal faults’.
In a live television interview on AYV’s Wake Up Sierra Leone on Monday 28th January 2019, Karamoh Kabba, the Deputy Organizing Secretary (I) said the party is ready for the consequences for boycotting the Commissions.