Maada Bio, The Rejected Perennial Killer rejected in Canada
18th June 2012 · 0 Comments
Maada Bio, The Rejected Perennial Killer
Reports reaching this press indicate that attempts by operatives of a
cross-section of the opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) led
by refugee claimnant Paul Duwai Sowa to hold a meeting of Sierra
Leoneans for their presidential flag bearer,Julius Maada Bio, to
address a handful of their party stalwarts at the Day’s Inn hotel on
Wilson Avenue (Jane and wilson intersection) in Toronto flopped on
Saturday, June 16, 2012.
Usual impeccable sources indicate that as soon as the news of Maada
Bio’s arrival in Toronto from Montreal leaked to the public, then
hundreds of Sierra Leoneans tropped from Hamilton, Brampton,
Burlington, North York and and far as Winnipeg and Edmonton to the
Day’s Inn hotel with placards requesting answers from Maada Bio to
account for his role in the extra-judicial killings of 29 innocent
Sierra Leoneans, including former inspector General of police James
Bambay Kamara, as well as to account for monies he stole from the the
sale of the country’s passports to Chinese nationals and his
surreptious role of emptying the national treasury by causing the
government of Sierra Leone to pay into his personal account thousands
of United States dollars for delivery of helicopter parts.
Sources further indicate that the meeting was eventually cancelled
with Paul sowa quoted to have apologised to his colleague SLPP
supporters that the meeting had been cancelled for security reasons,
and that it would now be a closed door one for only SLPP supporters.
Meanwhile, one of the protestors, Sallay Kamara told this medium that
Maada Bio had come to Toronto under disquise and that it was an
affront for them to be invited to a meeting that would have been
addressed by someone who has blood in his hands for the killing of
innocent and unsuspecting sierra Leoneans. “This is why we are
outrightly rejecting him here”, Sally furious said.
Day’s Inn hotel sources in Toronto confirmed that indeed one of their
small conference rooms was booked for a meeting but had to cancel the
booking on the advise of Toronto police for security reasons. “We are
a country that values human rights and it is good that Sierra Leoneans
are standing up for their rights, a Canadian observer was quoted to
have told the protesters. Details will follow as they unfold.