A press release from State House yesterday named the Editor of the Peep Magazine Richie Olu Gordon as one of a six member Anti Corruption Commission advisory committee.
Olu Gordon who has been known to maintain an uncompromising attitude to controversial issues is joined by retired UNDP Resident representative Alfred Fawundu, and Joy Samake the proprietor of Balmaya. Others are Marie Bangura, Sheik abubakarr Conteh and PC Haja Madam Mema Kajue.
The release also announced the replacement of the Establishment Secretary Mr A.C Ngaujia by Dr Julius F Sandy, and the replacement of the long standing Secretary to the Vice President Mr H.A. Ngongou by Mr Richard Freeman.
The much talked about position of Director General of the National Revenue Authority has finally been given to Mr Alieu Sesay who was reportedly one of the front runners.