It’s obvious that guilty conscience needs no accusation. And it’s also more true that suspicion always hunts the guilty mind. Having these in mind , one will begin to understand why L.A.C is busy explaining and complaining in order to gain public sympathy.

This recent dramatization of a fugitive makes one to believe that the cool and innocent blood of brother CLEF is hunting him.

Interestingly, one doesn’t need to be a rocket scientist to understand the gimmicks the fugitive is performing.

Indeed, it’s truism that when one person makes an accusation, check to be sure he himself is not the guilty one. Sometimes it is those whose cases are weak make the most clamour.

It’s no gainsaying that L.A.C’s recent rebranding strategy is causing him more harm than good.

The desperate move in trying to appear innocent after his controversial and orchestrated release by the Bio-led government speaks volume of a guilty conscience trying to confess.

The fact remains is that both L.A.C and Oreh’s explanations are incompatible.

For instance, while LAC is bitterly denying the fact that he was not present at the birthday party, Oreh is saying that LAC was and in fact they took snapshots.

This and many other inconsistency can attest to the sad reality that LAC’s damage control is not worth the effort.

The simple fact that remains is that the truth is so easy to say but lies become difficult to explain.

LAC saying one thing now, and different thing tomorrow speaks volume.

In entirety, it is much better for LAC to keep his leaps tight than trying to dramatize a scene of the guilt.

If I may end , L.A.C, I want you to understand that Sierra Leoneans are no longer fools to be fooled by a fool.

The more you talk, the more you implicate yourself.