Sierra Leone deputy education minister charged with rape of 24-year-old university student

A Sierra Leone deputy education minister fired last week after being accused of rape has been formally charged and denied bail. Judge Tonia Barnette charged Mamoud Tarawalie with four counts of rape as well as assault and wounding with intent during a hearing in Freetown late Monday. Tarawalie, represented by 18 lawyers, was transferred to Freetown's central prison and will remain there …

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