ACC COMMENCES INVESTIGATION INTO THE JUDICIAL SUB-TREASURY AFFAIR

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Francis Ben Kaifala

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) notes, with serious suspicion, acts of grand corruption in the handling of court fines, levies, charges, dues or funds at the Judicial Sub-Treasury within the Judiciary Administration.

The Commission wishes is informing the general public that it has launched an investigation into the Management of such funds paid by members of the public as ordered by the various courts to staff of the Judicial Sub-Treasury.

For the purpose of the investigation, the Commission has requested all persons who have paid court fines, levies, charges, dues or funds to any staff of the Judicial Sub-Treasury in Sierra Leone from January 2014 to date, to surrender the related receipt(s) or copies, issued in respect of such payments, to the Anti-Corruption Commission on 3 Gloucester Street, Freetown, or at our Regional Offices in Bo, Kenema, Makeni and Kono with the view to facilitate the investigation.

The Commission is reassuring the general public of its commitment to fight corruption at all levels in Sierra Leone and that the public will be duly informed on the progress of the investigation.

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