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March 2014

Generally, the adult population holds low opinion of the ability of young people to come up with brilliant life transforming initiatives. It is therefore very welcome news report of students of the Government Municipal Secondary Scholl, Kissy Dock Yard, launching the Attitudinal Change Movement for Schools.

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SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

Public concerns continue to appeal to the government and other stakeholders to discourage all forms of teenage pregnancy and early marriage in Pujehun District.
They further appeal to the government through the Ministry of Social Welfare and UNICEF to build more schools with trained and qualified teachers, noting that building of schools in Pujehun will help to curtail the spate of teenage pregnancy and early marriage in the district.

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SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

Reports reaching this medium have explained that Paramount Chief Koblo Queen has unilaterally disbanded the aged Land Owners Association for personal gains.
Purpose for the disbandment of the Association by Chief Koblo Queen we were told was to give London Mining free access to illegally grab land from indigenes of Marampa and other villages within the township.
According to Koblo Queen the reason for the disbandment of the Association was to allow the company to operate in a peaceful atmosphere, as the Land Owners Association are given hell of a problem to London Mining.

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SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

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.

Deprived communities within the city are planning to have peaceful demonstration to State House on government negligence towards its citizenry.
Communities from the East, Central and western part of the city are all planning to voice their dissatisfaction towards the negligence on the government in fulfillment of their basic amenities which is water and electricity.
Community’s people further registered discontent on the APC government for giving bogus promises to the people in their campaign trail.

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SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

Members of Parliament have unanimously agreed to investigate all civil society organization, Non-governmental organizations (NGO’s) and Community Base organization receiving finance /fund from the government of Sierra Leone and other donor partners for and on behalf of the people of Sierra Leone.

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By: M-King

Report reaching this press has indicated that some founding members of the Peace and Liberation Party (P.L.P.) are on the verge of emerging the party for the forthcoming Local Council, Parliamentary and Presidential Elections.
Members have been meeting for the past two months exploring ways by which the party could bounce back from the doldrums, which will pose a serious challenge to both the Ruling A.P.C and the Opposition SLPP.
Members have also expressed concerns about the state of the party and that of the legacy of Johnny Paul Koroma.

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The Spectator Newspaper

Dr. Kandeh Yumkella who is being widely perceived as the fittest Sierra Leonean to inherit the presidency from President Ernest Bai Koroma in 2017/18 is due to arrive in Freetown today from the United States of America (USA).

The United Nations Head of Global Energy, Dr. Yumkella is visiting Sierra Leone for a brief while to attend the funeral of the late President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Alhaji Dr. Ahmad Tejan Kabbah, who passed away on the 13th March 2014.

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The Spectator Newspaper

The visit of the Parliamentary Committees on Land & Agricultural comprising high profile Members of Parliament drawn from all four sides of Sierra Leone was on Saturday 15th summarily adjourned upon the failure of the Executive Directive Joseph Rahall to produce documentation of his purported complaints brought against the operations of Socfin Agricultural Company Sierra Leone Limited.

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SPECTATOR

Green Scenery Puts to Mockery!
Member of Parliament together with the Chief Whip of Parliament over the weekend has categorically stated to Green Scenery that Parliamentarians will not entertain a request from Green Scenery again on the situation in Malen, but they will only visit Sahn-Malen on the invitation of Socfin Agricultural Company or the chiefdom authorities.

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SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

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