Mohamed is a Sierra Leonean investigative journalist and fixer based in Freetown who specialises in corruption, the extractives industry and human rights abuses.

He has been the Awoko correspondent for Sierra Leone's north for 10 years and also works for international media. Mohamed is a member of ICIJ's West Africa Leaks project and also works as a fixer for international journalists travelling to Sierra Leone.

Basic information

Name
Mohamed Kabba
Title
Investigative Journalist
Expertise
Corruption, the extractives industry and human rights abuses
Country
Sierra Leone
City
Freetown

Supported projects

How Frank Timis uses UK-registered companies to exploit Africa's resources

  • Corruption
  • Economy
  • Energy
  • Industry

Following BBC's Panorama investigation into secret oil and gas deal corruption between one of City's most controversial businessmen, Frank Timis, and the Senegalese president's brother, Aliou Sall, a team of journalists from Britain and Sierra Leone funded by our Money Trail grant programme can reveal further insight into just how questionable this deal was.

New oil town Senegal