Sierra Leone Telegraph: 31 July 2018
On 4 May 2016, less than two years before presidential and general elections were held in Sierra Leone, a concerned citizen – Mohamed L Kallon, wrote a warning letter to president Koroma about his poor performance in office and lack of strong leadership.
Had the president listened to and taken heed of the deafening call by millions of Sierra Leoneans for an end to impunity, poor governance, abject poverty, and corruption, perhaps history could have been much kinder to Koroma today. This is what the letter said:
Dear President Koroma
You are obliged to listen to the protests and demands of Sierra Leoneans who elected you democratically to represent them, especially in obvious cases when the protests and demands are relevantly appropriate.
Now, compare the democracy you practice to