Lately, the Media Consultants and Public Relations handlers of Maada Bio and Kanja Sesay have been trying to question the credibility of this newspaper rather than correctly advise their clients. In their sublime state of idiocy, their response to Awareness Times cogent report that the materials found in Kanja Sesay’s Bo residence belonged to the Government’s NaCSA Project, was to retort that they belonged to one Martha Kanagbo lady.
The question these inept Public Relations bunch are failing to ask of themselves is: How can Martha Kanagbo, a private citizen who has never worked for NaCSA, be the owner of several cartons of educational materials which are labelled with markings like the following:
SIZE: 160MM X 210MM
RULED PAGES – 80
CONTENTS – 240 BOOKS
Awareness Times correspondents have inspected the cartons currently in the possession of the Bo Police Station and in tomorrow’s edition, we will be publishing the photos of the clearly labelled NaCSA property that Martha Kanagbo, who has never worked at NaCSA, is reportedly claiming ownership of.
Alhaji Kanja’s ‘Media/PR’ agents insinuate the items were merely planted there by one Mohamed Jabbie, but Jabbie has never worked at NaCSA.
The Sierra Leone Police is not idle enough to take down statements from former NaCSA employees if the items belonged to Martha Kanagbo and not to the Government. This is the only reason why a fine and upstanding gentleman like SMART Senessie, SLPP’s Moyamba Chairman, was forced to make a statement on the issue. Like other former and current NaCSA staff, the police are asking of Senessie about what is obviously a bonafide NaCSA Government property found inside Alhaji Kanja Sesay’s house. Kanja Sesay used to head NaCSA.
Alhaji Kanja will do well to quickly distance himself from the nonsense being spewed out by those he has engaged as his Public Relations Agents as they will end up to seriously mess him up more than he is already messed up. This is our humble advise to Kanja Sesay. Meanwhile, the Police investigations are continuing and Kanja is still on police bail.
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