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Allegation of "Secret Transfer" of £94,050 to SLHC in UK, Sahr Jusu lectured dull Chernor Bah

Allegation of "Secret Transfer" of £94,050 to Sierra Leone's High Commission in the United Kingdom

My attention has been drawn to a mischievous claim attributed to a certain notorious Chernoh Alpha M. Bah that an alleged "secret transfer" of £94,050 was made to the Sierras Leone High Commission in London for President Bio's Private Visit. 

As Financial Secretary at the Ministry of Finance, it is important to state the following not only to assist in the education of the said Chernoh Alpha M. Bah but also to dispel any deliberate misinformation. 

1. Government has a financial obligation to support the activities of all overseas missions whether they host the Head of State or it is in furtherance of strengthening Sierra Leone’s bilateral and multilateral relations. 

2. All transfers made to overseas missions are subject to normal reporting procedure and audit by the Audit Service Sierra Leone. Therefore, any claim of "Secret Transfer" is made out of sheer ignorance and a lack of understanding of reporting and audit procedures. 

3. The referenced transfer to the High Commission was handled by several Government officials from the High Commission, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Accountant General’s Department to the Central Bank of Sierra Leone.  With such extensive number of Government officials that handled the payment, any claim that it was a secret transfer or transaction flies in the face of common sense. 

4. The Financial Secretary Letter is a standard method of payment that has been in existence from colonial era to present day Sierra Leone. To presume anything otherwise is a show of complete incomprehension. 

5. The Ministry of Finance remains committed to transparency and accountability in the management and use of public resources. 

Financial Secretary


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