Government parastatals like the Sierra Leone Housing Corporation (SALHOC) are meant to manage resources and bring revenue into the consolidated fund but because of individual Sierra Leoneans’ refusal to pay their dues this does not happen.
SALHOC just announced that it lost 1 billion leones ($217,000) in the last 2 years because tenants occupying state property refuse to pay their rent. One group of such tenants who have refused to pay SALHOC reside at various villas at the OAU Village Complex at Hill Station in Freetown.
In a report published on Awoko the names of individuals who have refused to pay SALHOC for rent at OAU Village at Hill Station have been listed as follows:
Villa 6 – Brima Ndoeka & Edna Jones
SLL 60, 000, 000 ($12000)
Villa 7 – Hon. Patrick Foray
SLL 13, 750, 000 ($2750)
Villa 11 – Mohamed Conteh
SLL 73, 000, 000 ($14,600)
Villa 13 – Occupant Name Not Available
Le 31 052 000 ( $6200)
Villa 17 – Occupant name Not Available
SLL 52, 000, 000 ($10,400)
Villa 15 – Ernest Jordan Kanu
SLL 60, 850, 000 ($12,170)
If you know these people please advise them to advise themselves and pay their rent. Na dem all di make wi country noh di go before. This too is corruption.