The Proprietor of Nameya Islamic Mission in Bo Alhaji SB Kallon is presently not a happy man because of alleged mischievous practices at the mission, indiscriminate use of mission land, and related shortcomings has led the entire mission to oppose his reinstatement by the Education Ministry.
At a well attended meeting by mission members last week in Bo the National Education Scribe of the Mission Joe Ahmed Momoh said complaints brought against Alhaji needs to be investigated before reinstating him as proprietor. It was agreed that the mission should oppose his rule a position he had occupied since 1979 during which he left for an unknown destination in Liberia.
Momoh further accused Alhaji Kallon of having allegedly sold the mission land with the connivance of the land holding families. He also raised allegations of misappropriations of both donor and generated funds by opening a special bank account unknown to the mission and the misdirection of $25,000. to his personal use.
Speaking in a similar tone Head teachers of the mission have since threatened not to comply with any directive from the under fire proprietor Alhaji SB Kallon and called for an all out investigation of the self styled proprietor.
Speaking about the allegations to our Bo Correspondent Alhaji Kallon was quick to dismiss all accusations describing them as baseless and further displayed correspondences that mandate his reinstatement from the education ministry.
He also added that he is not ready to compromise his position except if those opposing him should resign their position. There is yet no way forward as both parties are far from making a compromise.