Deputy Minister of Information and Communications says recommendations of the white paper remain unchanged

Deputy Minister of Information and Communications says recommendations of the white paper remain unchanged

By: Solomon Rogers MIC

Contrary to  scepticism expressed by the President of National  Motor Drivers Union  Alpha Amadu Bah as to whether Government  will be able to retrieve all unexplained wealth from past Public Officials during an engagement with  with  Kekeh, Bike Rider’s and Motor Drivers Union at the Ministry of Information and Communications Conference room, the Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Hon. Mamadi Gobeh Kamara responded that  anyone who thinks he is  indicted unjustly by the white paper deserves the right to go to Court of appeal ,  stating even if you shout mountain top, the recommendations contained in the Government white paper remain unchanged and will be implemented to the letter.

She said the white paper does not target tribe, region and political parties but rather target individuals who served in the past political dispensation to account for their stewardships.

The persons of current serving public Office who served in the past are not spared. She said Government seeks to put an end to corruption with impunity for the general good of the masses.

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