Street closures and spontaneous demonstrations are anticipated in central Freetown and Makeni on Thursday, October 8, during former President Ernest Bai Koroma's corruption questioning in Makeni by the country's Anti-Corruption Commission. The former president was initially due to be questioned on Monday, October 5, but the session was postponed at the request of the former president's lawyers. Koroma has been accused of grand corruption and abuse of office during his presidency.
Those in the Freetown and Makeni are advised to monitor developments, avoid demonstrations, protests, and political gatherings as a precaution, and heed any directives issued by local authorities.
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