Sierra Leone FA president detained over corruption allegations

SLAThe President of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) Isha Johansen and two others have been detained over corruption allegations.

The country’s Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) picked the trio up after an FA Cup match on Wednesday.

The head of the ACC Ade Macauley said the arrests were due to “discrepancies in the financial statement of the SLFA relating to donor funds.”

The trio denied the allegations during questioning.

Johansen and SLFA vice-president Brima Mazola Kamara as well as secretary general Christopher Kamara spent the night in detention.

The move came just hours after the ACC started Operation Thunderbolt, that is aimed at intensifying their fight against corruption.

Macauley would not say how much money was involved. – BBC

 

 

 

 

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