Dr. Sandy was responding to questions from the Parliamentary Select Committee that investigated allegations he made against two MPs that they are involved in the illegal transaction of State land.
The Committee recommended that he should appear before Parliament and make a public apology to MPs and especially the two MPs.
He has emphatically reacted in a radio interview that he stood by his allegations adding that he has documents to the effect.
Dr. Sandy also said in the interview that it was far fetched for him to apologize to Parliament as was recommended by the Committee.
He said he still maintains his statement and submission to Parliament that the documents he provided to parliament in respect of Hon. Edward Turay and Hon. Dauda Dumbuya showed that the properties are State lands and not private property.
Parliament last Thursday went on a recess till September 28, a surprise to many and even to some MPs who had expected that the document tabled in relation to the land inquiry should have been debated before going on recess.