By David Jabati
Aggrieved staff of the National Ebola Response Centre (NERC), have threatened to down tools following the indictment of some of their key workers on allegations of corruption in the just released Auditor General’s Report.
“The Auditor General’s report has greatly affected our work as some of our colleagues who have worked hard to get us where we are today through thick and thin are now branded as corrupt individuals. It has reduced their morale and dampened their spirit and this has had a ripple effect on the entire centre. Continue reading Trouble @ NERC Workers Threaten Strike Action
By Kuria Mansaray
A fire accident past Monday consumed part of Gbindi village, Dembelia Chiefdom of Koinadugu District, Northern Sierra Leone living a good number of residents homeless.
Speaking to this press, the homeless residents cried to the government and humanitarian organizations for assistance as according to them, they have not been only rendered homeless but have lost properties and cash worth millions of leones in the inferno. Continue reading Fire Consumes Village
By Maddieu A A T Kabbah
The Mabesseneh Hospital of St John in Lunsar has been opened to the public after a strong hit of Ebola in Lunsar town Northern Province.
According to Dr Francesco Fusco from Italy they are here in full force to reopen to the hospital to the public and at the same time improve on its standard.
“We came in as team to restore back the glory of the Mabesseneh hospital in which so many years sierra Leoneans have benefited and are benefiting from. With firsthand medical treatment and professional medical practitioners our aim is to set up and develop new standards and procedures on how the hospital will be operated,” he explained. Continue reading Mabesseneh Hospital Reopens
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By Khalilu Sillah
The National Coordinator for Cyber Security, Dr. Hamza Bangura has disclosed that Government is to pass into law the National Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) Policy Strategy and Telecommunication Act as a measure to regulate the social media users in Sierra Leone.
Dr. Hamza Bangura stated that although ICT and Telecommunication has provided limited possibilities, but it apparent exploitation and sensibility has created new ideal threat and consequences that significantly compromise national and business operations in the country. Continue reading Government to Enact ICT Law
BY KABS KANU :
People who do not support the ruling All People’s Congress ( APC ) Government–But are not manifestly SLPP –as well as politically-savvy Sierra Leone are united in one belief : Sierra Leone is cursed with one dilemma that is responsible for most of the nation’s problems : We have an obnoxious, dangerous, malevolent , capricious and retarded opposition party : The Sierra Leone People’s Party ( SLPP), whose cantankerous political tactics are responsible for Sierra Leone not being able to see the light in her post-Independence socio-economic and political aspirations.
Whenever the SLPP is in power, national development is at zero. You cannot pinpoint any socio-economic and political development in Sierra Leone that you can attribute to the SLPP. Continue reading The SLPP’s litany of lies about President Koroma and the APC : WHAT A TOXIC AND OBNOXIOUS OPPOSITION
By David Jabati
The indicted civil society activist and Director of a health based organization – Health for All Coalition, Charles Mambu has broken his silence following his indictment on corruption related charges by the Audit Service Sierra Leone in its recent report released.
The unruffled Charles Mambu however refused to comment on the report and his indictment as according him, “I will talk to the press after the Parliamentary hearing and probably the ACC investigation. Continue reading Charles Mambu Speaks
By Samuel Ibrahim Koroma
Aggrieved residents at Kunike Sanda Chiefdom in the Tonkolili District, Northern Sierra Leone have raised concerns over the obnoxious treatment meted against them by the Hon. Paramount Chief Bai Kurr Kanagbaro Sanka III of Kunike Sanda Chiefdom in the Tonkolili District, Northern Sierra Leone.
His has been described as a tyrant and oppressor in the 21st Century. Continue reading Is PC Bai Kurr A Slave Master Or God?
Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma
President Ernest Bai Koroma has urged the need to foster international accountability for Ebola funds that were received by various international non-governmental organizations.
The Audit Service Sierra Leone last Friday released a damning report on the use of Ebola funds that were directly received by the government of Sierra Leone. The report, which has been tabled in Parliament by the Auditor General, Lara Taylor-Pearce, raised serious questions of how some civil society organizations, individuals and politicians managed billions of Leones between May and October 2014. Continue reading “Audit Int. Organisations” -Pres Koroma Demands