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NPRC’s Ruthlessness....No Death Certificates For 29 Sierra Leoneans
Posted by on Jun 23, 2010, 08:50

Former Inspector General Jame Bamay Kamara...Ruthlessly Mudered
The Office of the Registrar of Births and Deaths located at Wilberforce Street, in Freetown could not account for the deaths of twenty nine Sierra Leoneans whose lives were perished by a group of their fellow Sierra Leoneans. Last week, a reporter from the Standard Times newspaper went to the office in search of death certificates of the following people whose names are listed below and was told that there are no documents available, showing dates and time of death of the victims.

 

 “We don’t know if they are dead officially because there are no document to state their deaths” An officer of the office said. According to an official document available with this press, the following citizens have been considered dead, though with no documentary evidence to state the course of their death.

 

        1.  Sgt. Mohammed Lamin Bangura, alias Scorpion, of the Sierra Leone Military Police (Leader of the coup).

            2   Private Alusine Mohammed Sito Sesay of the First Battalion Headquarters (spokesman)

3   Major (rtd) A.S. Jalloh, Sierra Leone police.

            4.  Lt. Col. James Yaya Kanu, former Commanding Officer of the 4th Battalion.

5.                James Bambay Kamara, former Inspector General of Police

6.               Corporal Mohammed Mansary, alias Candapa  of the 1st Battalion

7.                Warrant Officer Class 1 Kargbo, alias Fernando of the 1st Battalion Headquarters

8.               Lieutenant Colonel  (Rtd) Kahota M.S. Dumbuya, Army Headquarters

9.               Major  (Rtd) M.C. Jalloh, former Paymaster

10.          Captain Hanciles Bangura, Quartermaster, Benguema Training Centre

11.            Mr. Chernor Jan Jalloh of thunder hill

12.           Mr. S. Samba

13.           Sieh Bangura, Deputy Superintendent of Police (Second-in Charge, “D” Division, Kissy Police (Station)

14.           Sub. Inspector D.T.S. Lebbie, Kissy, Freetown

15.           Mr. Salami Coker, 8 Huggin Street, Freetown

16.           Mr. Victor Jarrett, 37 Campbell Street, Wellington

17.           Ms. Salamatu Kamara, 7 Huggin Street, Freetown

18.          SLA/18168240 Private Bangura Mohammed, c/o RSLMF

19.           Mr.  Emmanuel E. Mani, 9 Jones Street Kissy

20.         Mr. Sorie Bangura, Bangura Street, Lumpa

21.           Mr. Yapo Conteh, 17 City Road, Wellington

22.         Sergeant 1315 Conteh A.F., 57 Dundas Street, Freetown.

23.         PC 6819 Bangura S. 3s George Brook, Kissy

24.         Sergeant 1107 Saffa J. Police Training School, Hastings

25.          Corporal 407 Lavalie W., Police Training School, Hastings

26.         Mr. Moses Davies, Police Training School

27.          Mr. Emmanuel Koroma; Police Training School

28.         Mr. Foday Turay Police Training School

29.           Mr. Sieh Turay, 92 Dundas Street, Freetown

 






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