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TRADE OFFICIAL REITERATED CALL TO ARREST FORMER LEADER

By Ayodele Deen

Senior trade officials and labour unionist in Freetown has recently reiterated their call to arrest one of their former leader Madam Queendoline Cole and family for the role she played during the RUF rebels invasion of Freetown in 1999. The former trade union leader and her family are now fugitives believed to be hiding somewhere around Europe. Speaking during a recent event held at the Lumley market in Freetown, the leader of Lumley market traders association Mohammed Kamara said that former leader Queendoline Cole was being accused of aiding the RUF rebels to invades the capital city at the detriment of the government, adding that she does so by inducing inciteful languages and also influence the members of the association against the government at the expense of the rebels during a very precarious time in the history of the nation.

The current leader of the association who was a guest of honour Marking the twenty second anniversary of the attacked by the armed force against the members of the association noted that fugitives and their families should not have a place in the country, adding that he is making such statement directly to the role played by Queendoline Cole and family. He concluded by informing the public that the former leader and family are still on the run and should face justice of the law whenever they returned or are found in Sierra Leone. He also urged the new leaders to learn from such lesson, adding that the former leader and family must be arrested by this new leadership.

 

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