Sierra Leone president sacks aide over testimony at T.B Joshua’s Synagogue Church

Sierra Leone president, Julius Maada Bio has terminated the appointment of his chief of protocol (SCOP), Fatmata Kargbo, after she gave a testimony at the Synagogue of All Nations, SCOAN, owned by Nigerian pastor, T.B Joshua.

Karagbo was seen on Emmanuel Television owned by SCOAN, giving a testimony of how God favored her with the presidential appointment. She also shared how she has since been able to complete her building project due to the favor.

“I want to thank God for blessing me with this job as SCOP to the president of Sierra Leone, ambassador at large and the blessings that come with it. If you look closely at this picture you will see the luxurious house God has blessed me with. I was living in a single room apartment. But my story is now different,” 

Her testimony led to an outrage in Sierra Leone thereby forcing President Bio to terminate her appointment. He also ordered for her finances to be investigated by the country’s Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) as the public wondered how she managed to secure all the goodies in a short period of time.

A letter sent to Kargbo by the AAC reads:

“The Anti-Corruption Commission has opened an official investigation into the conduct of the official and her testimony. We will also look at her source of wealth in acquiring her house and other properties. If it contradicts the anti-corruption act or we find instances of unexplained wealth, she will be charged to court and will be asked to pay a fine.”

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