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April 2014

One of Sierra Leone’s leading banking institutions Standard Chartered Bank continues with their inspiring and exciting promotion.
This time, lucky subscribers will have a chance to watch live screening of Liverpool Vs. Newcastle @ Radisson Blu Aberdeen with exclusive lunch and cocktail together with other exciting brands from Liverpool during the campaign period.
The name of the promotion tagged as ‘Join the winning team campaign’, which has already starts on the 23rd of this month, and will be run for 6 weeks, from 23rd April, to the 30th May, 2014.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

Executive Chairman African Minerals Sierra Leone Moseray Fadika has said in Freetown that he is expecting Sierra Leoneans to celebrate a peaceful 53rd Independent Anniversary Celebration.
He further opined that Sierra Leone is moving steadily in terms of development, noting that his company African Minerals has employed about 10,000 workers along with local contractors within the company operational areas.
Super as he is fondly called, wants to see Sierra Leone compete with other countries in the sub-region when it comes to intra-party discuss.

Author: 
the spectator

“After U Na U”, a slogan for a third term presidency as against the current constitution which President Koroma’s took an oath to uphold and preserve is gaining momentum countrywide.
Though some narrow-minded Party supporters are forcing the President to yield to their undemocratic and unreality campaign, sources from State House continues to commend President Koroma as a democratic and upright leader, and will not flouts the constitution of Sierra Leone.

Author: 
the spectator

In a country were cost of living continue to skyrockets and the people are suffering for their basic obligations like electricity, water, compounded with the gross injustice in the country, the Sierra Leone Peoples Party has warned the All People’s Congress Party to stop thinking about third 3rd proposal for President Koroma.
The National Publicity Secretary of the Sierra Leone People’s Party Hon. Tamba Sam has stated in Freetown that the SLPP will resists any attempts of third  term bid for President Koroma orchestrated by Hon. Robin Falay and Co.

Author: 
The Spectator Newspaper

Freetown, April 15th 2014: The president of Sierra Leone Ernest Bai Koroma has launched an ambitious US$ 217.5m, three year National Youth Programme that seeks to create one million decent new jobs - the first ever and biggest national youth programme – reminding the nation that “If youths do not come forward, the nation cannot move forward” at the Miatta Conference Hall in Freetown yesterday.

Author: 
The Spectator Newspaper

 

Author: 
The Spectator Newspaper

Members representing the Sierra Leone People’s Party in the Constitutional Review Committee are preparing to tendered their resignation to the Chairman for what they describes as deception from the ruling All People’s Congress Party.
According to our information from the Sierra Leone People’s Party, the statement made by the All People’s Congress Party Publicity Secretary in radios and newspapers were unfortunate and regrettable.

Author: 
The Spectator Newspaper

His Excellency Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma has on Tuesday inspected the Radisson Blu Mammy Yoko at Aberdeen, amongst fanfare of cultural activities greeted by our local dance troupe and other entertainers.
The President who was accompanies by the General Manager of Radisson, Director General of NASSIT and Staff, Minister of Tourism and Culture and other government functionaries together with other personality in society inspects various activities of the Radisson Blu’s.    

Author: 
The Spectator Newspaper

Sierra Leoneans who heard Hon. Robin Falay, over monologue programme were not surprised with his public utterances in forcing the public to extend the Presidency of President Koroma.
Public opinion on the utterances of Robin Falay was much to the dissatisfaction to Sierra Leoneans who are feeling the suffering of the Koroma administration.
The argument Hon. Falay put up according to the public was unfavorable to the ordinary Sierra Leoneans.

Author: 
SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

THE SLOW PACE BY SENEGALESE COMPANY ON THE MAIN ROAD/CITY ROAD ROADS PROJECT
For many years, Main Road and City Road Wellington have been waiting for the rehabilitation work to be concluded. The slow pace of work leaves residents wondering why there has been such dragging of feet to complete the work.

Author: 
SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

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