Mr.Kelfala Mansaray of the “Right To Life” nongovernmental organization has confessed that the inhuman treatment meted out on him, and goods imported to his country of birth has caused him heartbreak, disappointment over the system and lack of confidence on the management of the Sierra Leone Ports Authority(SLPA). For eleven months running to twelve, Mr. Mansaray has been running back and forth to the Ports and his house with nothing positive in sight that the Management of the Sierra Leone Ports Authority (SLPA) is ready to pay him for the 6,960 bags of onions that its officials caused to be destroyed through negligence.

After several meetings held between the two parties, the Management of the Sierra Leone headed by Mr. Abu Bangura as its General Manager agreed to compensate Mr. Mansaray in the sum of Le150 Million, but within a twinkle of an eye they changed their position and offered him Le45Million. This back and forth movement of Mr. Abu Bangura and his team, with few exceptions of employees who are aware of the cost of damage done  Right To Life nongovernmental organization were left with surprise over the unprofessional behavior of the General Manager.

The last two days, Mr. Bangura was bragging to this medium that even if the matter is referred to the court he would not mind it, despite he is aware that what happened to the consignee was unfair and not right. He argued that he had inherited multiple of problems, which he has resolved since he took over as General Manager of the Sierra Leone Ports Authority.


Whether that was so or not has no relationship with the current predicament of Mr. Kelfala Mansaray who paid every single cent imposed on him as tax to both Customs and the Sierra Leone Ports Authority for his goods, which were shipped in good and consumable condition.

It is becoming evident to the public  that Mr. Abu Bangura is a novice in port management with limited or no experience in resolving problems in port management

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