Leader and former presidential candidate of the main opposition All People’s Congress (APC) Samura Kamara has been ordered by the Court of Appeal to report at the Anti-Corruption Commission for criminal investigations against him.

This decision came after Kamara Lost his COI Corruption Appeal Case, and the court ordered him to pay about $70,000 to the state.

The Court also directed the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to investigate the former Minister concerning the Sierra Rutile Company dealings.

According to Justice Ivan Sesay, Alhaji Momoh-Jah Stevens, and Adrian Fisher, if Samura Kamara pays the money he must not be prosecuted.