Lawyer Kalokoh, Disgraced  Attorney General JFK Clash  Again On The Death Penalty Issue  

Kallokoh vs JFK

The spate of killings and violent crimes in Freetown and its environs is of grave concern to the Kalokoh Movement and citizens in general. It is regrettable that the Attorney General’s office is sadly entangled in a maze of   self-serving public events, yet sadly disconnected from the extremely dangerous reality, which is undermining the very foundation of our democracy. It is unfortunate that our Justice department is ill equipped to handle the most challenging law enforcement nightmare of our time. We urge the attorney general to step up and address this very exigent status quo. Access to Justice is inclusive of every citizen’s right to live in peace and security.  It is unacceptable that our country’s chief law enforcement officer has decided to kick the can down the road. We commend the Ministry of Internal Affairs for filling the void.
Lawyer Kalokoh

Leader of the Kalokoh Movement

Our attention has been drawn to an expression of envy, spite and jealousy in the guise of an opinion issued by a misguided and ill-conceived lawyer or otherwise a pretender to the flagbearership  (Kalokoh).  
The so-called lawyer has nothing to offer to the people of Sierra Leone but bitterness and guile against a hard working and worthy servant of the people, JFK. 
It is no secret that he continues to  begrudge JFK for such an enviable position, his character and charm. 
Under the leadership of JFK:- 

*Reduction in the backlog of cases

*Reduction in overcrowded cells

*New courts have been established. 

*Appointed new judges. *Reviewed the Criminal Procedure Act to expedite trials. *Appointed Magistrates in all Districts. 

*Revised the salary structure of the Justice sector. 

*Reviewing the Bail and Sentencing Guidelines. 
Yet Kalokoh is unappreciative. Let him tell us what he has done. Farthing. Nothing but irresponsible and destructive criticism. 
The police, and other law enforcement agencies  including the Law Officers Department are working together to address the menace of killings. 
Access to justice is at a all time high. We the people appreciate H.E Dr Ernest Bai Koroma and his appointed Attorney-General, JFK. We trust and believe in their leadership. 
Lawyer Kalokoh, if you do not believe or accept their leadership, let us alone and form your own party. Your spiteful and derogatory commentaries only serve to defeat your self- serving ego.
Coalition for the Promotion of Justice in Sierra Leone

About Patric Foryoh

Patric Foryoh Daboh is a blogger, Political, social activist,a satirist and co-founder & Co Editor of Makoni Times Newspaper based in United States of America. He studied Multimedia in the United States.He has met and interviewed personalities including Former vice-president of Sierra Leone Alhaji Sam Sumana, late Tamba Sam SLPP Secretary General , Gloria Strasser , David Tam Mbayoh , Agibu Jalloh, Chernor Bah, Murtala Mohamed , Mohamed Kamarainba Mansaray, J. Arr, Nasser Ayoub, Alpha Timbo, Robin Farley, Bai Mahmoud, and many more. Patric has produced the "Diolog" show at the TPN radio and was the social media correspondent for TPN . He has appeared on numerous daily newspapers publication in Sierra Leone. He blogs at Sierra Leone one man civil society blog on relationship, sex, marriage, faith & culture, politics, religion. He was the programming manager at Mamba TV. Patric Foryoh was named as the 54 Most Influential People in Sierra Leone by Swit Patric Foryoh represents the new wave of new voices in Sierra Leone/Africa media who are breaking boundaries and charting new territories. He is a husband and a father of a son and a daughter.

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