Sierra Leone’s Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Commissioner, Francis Ben Kaifala, has released a wanted list containing the names of individuals allegedly involved in fraudulent bank withdrawals amounting to billions of Leones, funds intended for the government of Sierra Leone.
Topping the list is Frederick Reginald Ruvich Caulker, the Head of Operations at the United Bank for Africa (UBA) Charlotte Street Branch.
Also wanted are Talu Jalloh, a student at the Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM) and a customer at ECOBANK.
Abdul Salim Mansaray, also known as ‘P-DOZ,’ the Head of Retail Operations at ECOBANK’s Lightfoot Boston Street Branch.
These individuals are sought by the ACC for their alleged involvement in fraudulent bank withdrawals amounting to billions of Leones, funds intended for the government of Sierra Leone. Commissioner Kaifala stressed, “All 3 respectively WANTED for alleged fraudulent bank withdrawal of Billions of Leones meant for the government of Sierra Leone using the banking system. All 3 are confirmed to be in HIDING.”
Citizens are urged to be vigilant, and if any information about the whereabouts of these individuals is known, it should be reported promptly to the ACC through the provided contact numbers: +232-78-832-131, +23277-985-985, +23277-986-986, or to the nearest police station. The ACC’s efforts underscore the commitment to rooting out corruption and ensuring accountability in financial transactions that impact the nation’s well-being.
This development signifies a determined stance against corruption in Sierra Leone, and the ACC’s proactive approach demonstrates the importance of collective efforts in maintaining the integrity of the country’s financial systems. The public’s cooperation is pivotal in bringing these individuals to justice and safeguarding the nation’s resources from illicit activities.