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Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Parliament vets Bishop Koroma and 4 others

By Samuel J. Kargbo 

Members of the Parliamentary Committee on Appointment yesterday vetted Bishop Tamba Allieu Koroma of the National Pentecostal Mission as a proposed member of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Advisory Board, and four other presidential nominees.

The other nominees are: Sanie Sesay, proposed Board Chairman of Rokel Commercial Bank; Africanus Sorie Sesay, proposed Chairman of National Protected Area Authority and Conservation Trust Fund; Gertrude Olu Taylor, proposed member of the ACC Advisory Board; Donald E.A. Theo-Harding, proposed member of the ACC Advisory Board; and Bishop Tamba A. Koroma, proposed member of the ACC Advisory Board.

Speaking at the hearing, Bishop Koroma promised Committee members he would ensure God is placed at the pivot of the Commission’s task of tackling rampant corruption in society.

Majority Leader and Chairman of the Committee, Hon. Ibrahim Bundu, told the Pentecostal Bishop that many of his countrymen are looking forward to him contributing immensely to the transformation of the anti-graft commission, and enjoined other board members to work with concerted efforts in the interest of the country.

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