The KMC Inspection Team has recommended that the CEO Sainabou Martin Sonko, Baboucarr Sanyang, Bakary Jawo and Dr Alieu Keita must account for D985, 539.65, the outstanding balance of the 12 million Dalasi KMCSWA loan.
“CEO Sainabou Martin Sonko, Baboucarr Sanyang, Bakary Jawo and Dr Alieu Keita must account for the monies that the AGIB bank has debited from the KMC main account with the bank amounting to D985, 539.65 being the outstanding balance of the 12 million Dalasi that the KMCSWA took from the bank,” the team recommended on page 9 of its report.
The 5-member Inspection Team dispatched to the council by the Ministry of land and Regional Government conducted an inspection exercise on allegations of fraud levelled against CEO Sainabou Martin Sonko and some staff of the council.
The recommendation centred on the team’s finding on the 12 Million Dalasi loan obtained by the Kanifing Municipal Council Staff Welfare Association (KMCSWA) from AGIB bank to acquire a piece of land measuring 100m x 100m.
Two of the team members were drawn from the Ministry of Lands & Regional Government, while the other three were from the Directorate of Internal Audit at the Ministry of Finance & Economic Affairs.
The team also made a series of recommendations on other subjects of their findings.
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