Sierra Leone’s former President, Ernest Bai Koroma, has responded to the call from the police to assist in the investigation of the events that unfolded on Sunday, November 26th.

According to an official report from the office of the former president, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, visited the headquarters of the Criminal Investigation Department on Monday, December 11, 2023.

After his visit to the department, Former President Koroma has now returned to his residence in Freetown. The report indicates that he is cooperating with the ongoing investigation into the sad events that occurred on the specified date. This marks a crucial step in shedding light on the circumstances surrounding the incident.

The report further states that Former President Koroma is expected to report to the authorities again tomorrow, underscoring his commitment to the principles of due process and the rule of law. This commitment emphasizes a cooperative approach to the investigation and signifies the former president’s confidence in the legal system to address the matter impartially.

The statesman’s return to Freetown following his engagement with the Criminal Investigation Department highlights the gravity of the situation and the importance of his involvement in the ongoing inquiries. As the investigations progress, the public will be keenly observing the developments, with expectations of a thorough and transparent process.

The former president’s cooperation with the police reflects a broader commitment to upholding the principles of justice and accountability. The nation awaits further updates on the investigation, anticipating a fair and comprehensive resolution to the events of November 26th.