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"Don't take instructions from a riffraff" Former President

According to a purportedly leaked audio recording of a conversation between Ernest Bai Koroma, the former president of the republic of Sierra Leone, and some senior APC officials, he allegedly asked his party's members to refrain from or stop listening to instructions from what he called "riffraff" and Munku party supporters.

He supposedly continues to argue that Adebayor shouldn't serve as the APC's official spokesperson and that any statements made by him shouldn't be interpreted as coming from the party itself but rather as the rantings of the APC supporters.

The supposed leaked audio statement further said that Ernest Bai Koroma had long attempted to refute assertions made by some Sierra Leoneans that he was the official sponsor of a man by the name of Adebayor. That is untrue, he insisted, and he'll never support somebody who insults women or uses motherly language.
According to the said leaked audio, he said in his conclusion that everyone should carry on as usual and that the most effective and efficient way to remove a democratically elected government is through democratic elections.


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