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ACC INDICTES RAYMOND YOKIE FORMER ELECTRICAL SUPERINTENDENT OF BKPS

The Sierra Leone Anti-Corruption Commission has on Thursday 7th April 2011 indicted Mr. Raymond Yokie former Electrical Superintendent of the National Power Authority Bo/Kenema Power Services (BKPS) on a four (4) count charge under the Anti-Corruption Act of 2008. The indictment includes the following  offences; two counts of Misappropriation of public funds  contrary to section  36(1), Abuse of  Office contrary to section 42 (1)  of the Anti-Corruption Act and Abuse of position contrary to section  43 of the Anti-Corruption Act 2008.

 

The Accused person was arrested and arraigned on before the High Court of Bo presided over by Honourable Justice Aiah Daniel Konoyima. The offences were read and the accused pleaded not guilty to all the charges. He was granted bail to the tune of Le5, 000,000.00 with two Sureties residing in Bo to provide security in the form of real property of the same value. Raymond Yokie is represented by lawyer Samuel O. Taylor Esq. while the Anti-Corruption Commission is represented by Ady Macauley and assisted by Drucil Taylor Esq.

 

The matter was adjourned to Monday 18th April 2011. Mr. Yokie is the second BKPS officer in Bo to be indicted by the Anti-Corruption. Meanwhile the trial of the Mr. Mohamed Sallieu Jalloh former senior Procurement officer of the Bo /Kenema Power Services continues at the High Court Bo.

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One Response to ACC INDICTES RAYMOND YOKIE FORMER ELECTRICAL SUPERINTENDENT OF BKPS

  1. mk

    August 3, 2011 at 6:48 am

    This guys have been misusing that national Office since when he was in Kenema Using money on women, Football teams Building houses with tax payers funds.

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