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Anti-Corruption Indicts former Law School Registrar, Ebola fraudsters
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has charged to court Mr. Herbert H.I. Davies-Cole, former Registrar of the Sierra Leone Law School, Mr. Fomba Koroma, a civil society activist, Hassan Dabor, a World Food Program (WFP) Contractor, Emerson Musa Conteh, a representative of the WFP Contractor, Aminata Amara, Mount Everest Security Personnel and Abu Bakarr Fofannah, a truck driver.
Mr. Herbert H.I. Davies-Cole was charged to court for improperly conferring an advantage on law students as he added unearned grades to certain students which enabled them to meet the threshold to pass the June 2012/2013 Bar final examination.
Fomba Koroma, a civil society activist, who has also served as part of the Anti-Corruption Strategy Monitoring Coordination Team in the Southern Region, was charged with obtaining an advantage in consideration of protecting a person from legal proceedings after he obtained an advantage from the Principal of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Junior Secondary School in the Bo District in the guise of protecting the said principal from legal proceedings for a corrupt offence.
Charged with misappropriation of donor property and conspiracy to commit a corruption offence were Hassan Dabor, Emerson Musa Conteh and Aminata Amara after they jointly agreed to dishonestly appropriate 100 bags of rice from the 300 meant for Ebola quarantined homes in Kenema.
Dates for their appearance in court will be accordingly communicated.