Mohamed Marrah and Franklyn Labor, security officers that were deployed at the Kissy oil refinery have been charged to court on a one count charge of Conspiracy to Commit a Felony. They were arraigned before Magistrate Steven Conteh of court No.1 on Tuesday 31st March. It was the responsibility of the two security officers who were attached to the depot to protect the facilities from any infiltration by thieves or members of the public.The two security officers are suspected to have conspired with other unknown persons to perform an act of larceny which resulted in the fire disaster. The accused were represented by Ansu Lansana, S.T Dabor and W.Nicol. Lead defence lawyer, Ansu Lansana made an application for bail with the contention that the charge against his clients is a mere allegation of which the prosecution must prove beyond all reasonable doubts that his clients have a case to answer in respect of the charge. The prosecutor Superintendent M.B. Kamara aka Legal one objected to the defence counsel’s application for bail with the apprehension that the accused might jump bail or could possibly interfere with the prosecution witnesses. He further explained that 28 people have so far died as a result of the oil refinery fire disaster. After careful consideration of arguments from both side the presiding magistrate granted bail to the accused in the sum of Le50 million and the matter was adjourned to April 7th.