Boss La Saga: 3 Women Granted Bail

After facing long trials since June this year, it is with optimism in the minds of Sierra Leoneans as three of the arrested accused in the Boss La Saga were granted bail.

The brothers to Boss La, Ishmail Rappish Bah, Mohamed S. Bah and 10 others made their first appearance on Monday 20th June 2022, before Magistrate Mark Ngegba of Pademba Road Court No.2 in Freetown on two count charges of disorderly behaviour contrary to Section 12 of the Public Order Act No.46 of 1965 as repealed and replaced by Section 12 (a) of Act No 15 of 1973, and riotous conduct contrary to Section 12 of the Public Order Act No.46 of 1965 as repealed and replaced by Section 12 (a) Act No.15 of 1973.

According to the particulars of offence on count 1, all accused persons on Wednesday 15th June 2022 at Operation Support Division Headquarters on King Harman Road, Freetown, did behave in a disorderly manner.

On count two, all of the accused people behaved riotously at the same time and location. The accused individuals entered a plea of not guilty after having the allegations read to them and clarified.

After several appearances for almost half the year, three women who are alleged to have behaved disorderly have been granted bail; and among them is Zulaikatu Jabz Sesay.

Zulaikatu is one of the strongest supporters of the red Flag Muzik (RFM). She has over the years showed her unwavering love for Boss and the movement.

According to rumours, Zulaikatu and other friends of Boss LA paid the rapper a visit at the OSD Headquarters, Benghazi, Freetown where they were alleged of disorderly behaviour at the said place.

This good news of 3 granted bail in the Boss La Saga has filled fans of the celebrity hope to see their rapper soon. It is yet clear when the remaining accused will be granted bail but seeing three out is a big optimism for the RFM supporters.

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As it stands now, brother to Boss La, Ishmail Rappish Bah, Prezo Koroma including Boss LA himself and other friends to the rapper are still facing trial in the High Court of Sierra Leone.


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