The ONS and the SLP, being the head of security affairs in the country, should not afford to bring into the country Nigerian Justice Biobele Georgewill and not provide him the all necessary security he deserves.
Allowing robbers to walk in majestically into the gentleman’s private bedroom and stole his all-important laptop computer, external hard drive, shoes and other important belongings, is one reason that will make any serious NASSIT, Police and/or ONS head resign his/her position.
“Mr. President, we the people of Sierra Leone need a thorough investigation on the stolen laptop and hard drive from one of the Commissioner of Inquiry Justice Biobele.
We are sick and tired of countless failed investigations throughout our previous and current government. We will hold your government responsible for any mislead or failed to identify and prosecute all those who are responsible for this act. We're watching this investigation very closely.” Dr. Michael Swarray, a medical doctor told this writer.
Reports say the person(s) who attacked the residence of Justice Biobele took away his laptop and external hard drive.
The items sources say, contain the Justice’s work at the Commission and eight years of work in Nigeria. Those who visited the Judge say he was visibly shaken by the sad development.
The motive of the attacker(s) is not immediately clear but Justice Biobele had openly spoken about receiving anonymous threatening telephone calls.
Questions are now being asked as to why the State did not provide him with a laptop when he arrived, and about the state of security at his residence? How did this so-called thieve know where the laptop and his hard drive were kept in the house? Where were all the so-called armed security personnel attached to him during the robbery? Did they want the people of Sierra Leone to believe that no suspect was arrested?
“We know our Chief of Defense Staff and Fountain of Honour, His Excellency President Dr. Julius Maada Bio was not in country during this unfortunate and shameful incident but we duly believe in him that he will step hard on toes to ensure that ONS, NASSIT and SLP heads explain to us why such lapse.” Dr. Michael Swarray concluded.