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USD 500,000 AT STAKE AS CHILDREN’S LEARNING CENTRE DIRECTOR FACES COURT ACTION

By Unissa Bangura

If a writ of summon with CC; 81/14, 2014 is anything to go by, then it will appear that the General Civil Division of the High Court of Sierra Leone will very soon look into a matter that has to do with the total amount of Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars to which one Madam Emma Kamara, the proprietress of Children’s Learning Centre and Lion Start Children’s Services situated at N0.1 Blessing Drive at Gloucester Village was said to have embezzled.

According to the statement of claim contained in the prepared writ filed by Lawyer Ibrahim Kanu and served on the defendants, the Plaintiff ‘Make it Happen’ made it a claim against the defendants for specific performance for the return of the sum of Five Hundred United States Dollars (USD500, 000) or its equivalent in Leones as monies remitted to the Defendant Madam Emma Kamara for good cause to be undertaken in Sierra Leone by the plaintiff but the monies were misapplied.

The statement of claims further plead for an order for the defendant Madam Emma Kamara to return to the Plaintiff ‘ MAKE IT HAPPEN’ two modern buildings situated in Gloucester Village which the defendant is presently occupying. And that in an event that the defendant refuses to sign the deeds of transfer within seven (7) days of the date of an order for specific performance, the Master and Registrar of the High Court shall execute the said deeds of transfer.

The statement of claims also requested for damages for breach of trust emanating from misrepresentations made by the defendants to the plaintiff, noting that interest at the prevailing rate be taxed until payment effected and any other relief (s) as the court deem fit.

Make it Happen in Sierra Leone is a United Kingdom based non Governmental organization and undertakes various good causes such as the construction and renovation of schools, providing scholarships to the less privilege, supporting and partnering with local NGOs. More next edition.

 

 

 

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