Widespread corruption and mismanagement are revealed in a confidential presidential audit in Sierra Leone exclusively obtained by the BBC. Newly-elected President Ernest Bai Koroma commissioned the report. It catalogues grave inadequacies in key areas such as health care, tax collection and the security services. And it provides a unique and searingly frank insight into the sometimes opaque business of running a poor African nation through years of war and chaos. (BBC)

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