ACC INDICTS MASTER AND REGISTRAR OF THE HIGH COURT OF SIERRA LEONE AND THREE OTHERS ON VARIOUS CORRUPTION OFFENCES
5th April, 2019.
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has on 4th April, 2019, indicted STEPHEN YAYAH MANSARAY, Master and Registrar of the High Court of Sierra Leone, and of No. 11 Belair Park, Freetown; ADELE FAYA, Account Clerk of the Judiciary of Sierra Leone, and of 118 Bai Bureh Road Grassfield, Freetown; ISATU ULAIKATU KIAMP KAMARA, Revenue Officer of the National Revenue Authority (NRA), and of 5 Stone Seat Drive Allen Town, Freetown; and ABUBAKARR BANGURA, Revenue Officer-NRA, and of 67 Freetown Road Lumley, Freetown, on TWO (2) COUNTS each, of Conspiracy to Commit a Corruption Offence contrary to Section 128(1), and Misappropriation of Public Revenue, contrary to Section 36 (1) of the Anti-Corruption Act No.12 of 2008.
According to the particulars of offence, STEPHEN YAYAH MANSARAY, ADELE FAYA, ISATU ULAIKATU KIAMP KAMARA, and ABUBAKARR BANGURA, between the 12th and 20th March 2019, at Freetown, misappropriated the sum of Sixty Million Leones (Le 60,000,000.00) being revenue due the National Revenue Authority as fines paid by Mr. Emmanuel Ekundayo Constant Shears-Moses in respect of sentence in the High Court of Sierra Leone.
The four (4) indicted persons are expected to make their first appearance at the High Court of Sierra Leone Holden in Freetown on 9th April, 2019.
The Commission wishes to reassure the public of its commitment to protecting government revenue at all times.
For further enquiries, please contact Margaret Murray, Public Relations Officer of the Anti-Corruption Commission on +232-78-832131.
DIRECTOR, PUBLIC EDUCATION AND OUTREACH