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Bio has not reviewed within 100 days the ACC Act so that it will include the requirement to make public all assets declaration forms as promised in the SLPP manifesto. Bio kept his asset declaration form private thereby failing to deliver on his promise in the SLPP manifesto. What a chamelion. The SLPP manifesto acknowledges that Sierra Leone constitution is superior to the ACC act and the later must be made consistent with the former. So, one of the goals of the manifesto is to seek to review section 119 of the constitution so as to enable the ACC to proceed with investigating audit reports without the need to wait for parliament. No changes have been made by the parliament to allow for the ACC to act on audit reports before the parliament proceeds on its constitutional assignment of reviewing the audit reports, nevertheless, the newly planted and political ACC Commissioner is saying that he has the right to conduct investigations on audit reports even before parliament deliberates on it. Nar war oh! Nar crase e crase. Not only has Bio failed to deliver on the two promises above but the utterance of the Bio appointed and SLPP political ACC Commissioner suggests that Bio wants to defy the rule of law once again. Is this the man you voted for?
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You have started to sound like a broken record. 'Oh how I wish Bio could fail so my Limba brothers would take over.'
Bio will stay in office until your red APC Limba backsye blows up. Mark my words.
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AFK, the humble voters of Sierra Leone voted against the APC presidential candidate, despite the party's demographic and financial advantage. They voted against APC for the presidency because they did not want a third term of another corrupt Ernest koroma government.
No amount of criticism Of Bio is going to obfuscate the issue of the blatant APC corruption over the past eleven years.