In a shocking incident that unfolded overnight, the premises of Satellite Newspaper were subjected to a brazen act of vandalism, leaving the management and employees stunned. The unfortunate event occurred at the newspaper’s headquarters located on no.79 Pademba Road, Freetown.

This isn’t the first time that the office has fallen victim to such criminal activity, as it has previously been targeted by robbers, resulting in substantial losses of property worth tens of millions. The repeated attacks have raised concerns about the security measures in place at the establishment.

Mr. Ibrahim Babatunde Sesay, the Proprietor and Managing Editor of Satellite Newspaper, expressed his dismay over the incident. He provided a list of stolen items, which includes valuable assets such as Air Conditioners, EDSA meters, five laptops, a desktop computer, memory sticks, and various other essential office equipment.

Local authorities have been alerted, and an investigation into the incident is underway. Further updates on this unfortunate incident will be provided as more information becomes available.