Senator Sando Dazoe Johnson of Bomi County says the county’s legislative caucus has brought a guilty verdict against Superintendent Adama Robinson for singlehandedly selling the only yellow machine that belongs to Bomi.
He says members of the caucus reached the verdict on 13 January following an intensive investigation. He adds that officials of the county had been concerned who really stole the single yellow machine and motive behind the action.
According to Senator Johnson, Superintendent Robinson admitted to the caucus that he sold the earthmoving equipment as scrap with the knowledge and consent of other local officials of the county.
The Bomi County Senator quotes Superintendent Robinson as saying that he sold the equipment because it had not been in good condition for several years prior to his appointment as Superintendent.
He says the caucus has instructed Superintendent Robinson to appear on two of the county’s community radio stations to publicly apologize for his illegal action.
Effort by the New Dawn to contact Superintendent Adama Robinson on the matter proved fruitless as one of his office staff Kadala Allison, told this paper the Superintendent would speak on the matter through a formal statement.
By Emmanuel Mondaye