Breaking News: Osho Coker, Secretary to the former president, is being questioned by the Anti-Corruption Commission as are several top management officials of the National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM). A source says Mr Coker was invited in relation to certain Executive Orders issued by the former president Ernest Bai Koroma. The source continues that acting on the Executive Orders, there is evidence NATCOM was operating like a finance ministry that collected national revenue and disbursed it at will. Some of the country’s embassies received funds directly from the telecoms regulator without recourse to the finance ministry, while some of the money “disappeared”. One document seems to suggest that some of the officials had even gone into a repayment plan of some of the “siphoned revenue”. The former NATCOM boss, Momoh Konteh has been summoned to report tomorrow.