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January 2014

Following the Press Release issued out by the 26 petitioners of the Sierra Leone People’s Party Members of Parliament, supporters of the embattled Minority Leaders has reveals that Dr. Bernadette Lahai is focus and resolute.
According to the SLPP supporters, they are fully behind Dr. Bernadette Lahai as the Minority Leader in Parliament, explaining that those 26 Members of Parliament do not have the locus standi to oust Bernadette Lahai from his position as Minority Leader in Parliament.

Elizabeth Alie-Blango

The Director of Sierra Leone National Shipping Company (SLNSC) Sonnie John has explain to this medium that he is disappointment with the government for the failure of proper budgeting of the company.
Sonnie John noted that the Sierra Leone National Shipping Company is owned by the Government but the company is handicapped financially to execute its functions effectively.
The Director furthered discloses that the company is doing fine in the shipping industry, but accepted the facts that there are lot challenges ahead.

The Minister of Information and Communications Alhaji Sahid Alpha Khan has faced a political embarrassment in front of foreign delegates, the media and other invitees at a press conference hall at his Youyi Building office in Freetown.

Festus Justus Margai Jnr

The Chairman and Leader of the United Democratic Movement Mohamed Bangura has in an interview with this medium make known that the honey moon for WAEC officials is over.
Mohamed Bangura accuses the West Africa Examination Council for the downfall of education in the country, noting that heads will soon roll from that institution in terms of examination practices.
“The United Democratic Movement Party have barrage of evidences against WAEC officials, UDM wants to put an end to impunity.” Bangura’s noted with angered. Below is the Letter Issue out to WAEC.

Elizabeth Alie-Blango

Magistrate Komba Kamanda of the Freetown magistrate court no 2 has issued a stern warning to drivers, especially those plying the Regent Road, Lumley, Aberdeen, Murray Town to name but a few to desist carrying passengers on an half way route.
Magistrate Komba Kamanda made this statement when he was considering the judgments of nine suspects who were standing before his court on different counts charges of loitering and other charges.

Foday Jalloh

Three hundred and sixteen (316) people lost their lives in road accidents last year, while another one thousand (1.000) were injured, according to the National Traffic Coordinator.
Superintendent A.M. Sovula was speaking in an exclusive interview at police headquarters in Freetown last week. He said the figures represent a sharp increase from the previous year’s (2012).

The Agenda for Prosperity has been enhanced through performance contracting, coordinated by the Performance Management and Service Delivery Directorate (PMSD), Staff, Office of the President State House.
A workshop geared towards operationalizing transparency in the implementation of the Agenda for Prosperity has been held at the Freetown Golf Club with repsentatives of ministries, departments and agencies .

Reports monitor by this medium reveal that Vantruscan Chemical Company may collapse due to some alleged financial fraud.
The company which has been in existence for the past years need millions of Leones to offset debts or else closed up its operations in the country.
The company which is dealing with fumigants chemicals was one of the leading fumigants in the country but due to financial frauds the company is in its lowest ebb.

One of Africa’s hard-working and devoted road construction company Salenene Enterprises (CSE) has been applauded by Sierra Leoneans for their effective roads construction in the country.
The Salenene Entreprises according to our findings is having a cozy relationship with the Government of Sierra Leone especially management of the Sierra Leone Roads Authority which made the company viable in there untiring roads construction across the country.

Isaac Williams

The Leader for the United Democratic Party (UDM) Mohamed Bangura has dragged the West African Examination Council headed by Sheriff Sapateh to the Supreme Court to explain the seizure of thousands of results in the previous Private WASCE examination.
According to Mohamed Bangura, he has secured the services of renowned legal practitioners to battle it out with WAEC representations at the Supreme Court for legal interpretations behind the seizure of student’s results.

Foday Jalloh