Anti-Corruption summons officials and institutions named in Ebola audit




Notice is hereby given for the following persons to report to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) with immediate effect in connection with matters related to the management of Ebola funds and other matters connected thereto:

1 Dr. Donald Bash Taqi (Director of Hospitals)

2 Charles Mambu (Director Health For All Coalition)

3 Steven Ngauja (Director of the National Ebola Response Centre)

4 Sahr Kapuwa (Former Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health)

5 Festus Kuyembeh (Ministry of Health Director of Financial Resources)

6 Mr. Bash Bangura

7 Sidi Yayah Tunis – Ministry of Health Director of ICT)

8 Senesie Margao

9 Bassie Turay

10 Sahr Yomba Senesie

11 Jalikatu Mustapha

12 George Penyike (Provincial Secretary- East)

13 Philip Amara

14 Chairman (Pujehun District Descendants Association)

15 Michael Jack Lansana

16 General Manager- Kamasseh Construction and Engineering-Services

17 Dr. Abdul Kamara

18 Ms. Hossianatu M. Kanu (Chief Nursing Officer)

19 District Medical Officer- Bombali – Dr. Tom Sesay

20 Programme Manager- Teenager Pregnancy Reduction

21 Albert Sesay

22 The Head of Praise Foundation

23 The Head of Sierra Leone Health Services Union

24 The Head of Sierra Leone Health Workers Union

25 Yayah A. Conteh

26 General Manager- Trans Atlantic Ventures

27 Victor Koroma- Health Alert

28 Fatmata Collier

29 Saffa Bundaka


31 General Manager- Cerra Trading S/L Ltd

32 Eustace During

33 Naomi M. Lobba

34 Aminata Koroma

35 Bashiru Kamara

36 Dr. A. S. Turay

37 Lansana Sheriff- AKA Steady Bongo

38 Delphine Caulker

39 Joseph Flinkinger

40 Dr. Brima Kargbo (Chief Medical Officer)

All persons whose names have been mentioned are advised to report to the offices of the Anti-Corruption Commission at 3 Gloucester Street, Freetown or any of our regional offices in Bo, Makeni, Kenema and Kono and bring along documents in respect of the management of Ebola funds.

All District Medical Officers shall appear on scheduled dates to be advised later.

Meanwhile, investigation into the management of Ebola fund continues.




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