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The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) wishes to inform the general public that it has entered into a settlement agreement with the former Commissioner General of the National Revenue Authority (NRA), Haja Kallah Kamara, and the former Director of Finance (NRA), Abdulai Conteh, in respect of investigations into off-budget payments whilst they were in office.

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The raiding of Matibo and Massengbeh villages in the Yoni Chiefdom, Tonkolili District by a joint team of armed police and military personnel on Sunday 9th September, 2018 at 5:00 a.m. or thereabout has become a serious controversial issue that has the propensity to soil the human rights record of the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) Government if the issue is not properly handled by the Government.

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Since the erstwhile ruling All People’s Congress (APC) lost the 31st March, 2018 presidential runoff election to the former main opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) presidential candidate, Brig. (Rtd) Julius Maada Bio, desperate and vicious stalwarts of the losing party have taken to disseminating negative propaganda messages against the Bio administration and using a spineless British Member of Parliament, Hon. Neil Coyle, to disseminate in the social media whatever information the APC fugitives hiding in the United Kingdom would submit to him.

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For a long time now Sierra Leoneans are united as ever before in standing with the Anti-Corruption Commission to emphatically tell FIFA that enough is enough as Sierra Leoneans wholeheartedly welcome the banned slammed by FIFA after being spoon-feed by the embattled President and his Secretary General of the Sierra Leone Football Association.

The FIFA ban slammed on Sierra Leone is unanimously described as inappropriate, unreasonable and miscalculated action to disrespect our values and laws as an independent.

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The BBC’s stringer, Umaru Fofana has quoted Vice President Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh as saying that the world’s football governing body – FIFA is to advise the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to reschedule Sierra Leone’s matches against Ghana in the ongoing AFCON 2019 qualifiers to be held in Cameroon.

It could be recalled that CAF cancelled the fixtures due to the FIFA ban on Sierra Leone following the suspension of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) President, Isha Johansen and General Secretary, Christopher Kamara.

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Goodwill Ambassador and philanthropist Moseray Fadika was finally laid to rest at the Kissy Road cemetery following a well attended civic funeral held at the Miatta Conference Hall graced with the presence of state dignitaries, public officials, friends and other sympathizers; and Janaza prayers offered at the Madingo Mosque, Magazine Cut.

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Traditional leaders and society women of Mayorma village have declared an activist, Alusine Abdulai Kamara, who is notable for advocating against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), wanted dead or alive.
According to reliable sources within the police ,it all started in December 2015, when Alusine Abdulai Kamara and his parents travelled to their paternal village, Mayorma for the funeral rite of his grandfather.

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Liberia is to reopen its borders following a reduction in the number of Ebola cases being reported in the country.

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf made the announcement on Friday and said nationwide curfews would also be lifted.

New infections have dropped to one-tenth of the level seen when the virus was at its peak.

But health officials warned the decline has levelled off in the last month.

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The Sierra Leone Inter-Religious AIDS Network (SLIRAN) in collaboration with the National AIDS Secretariat (NAS), with support from AIDS Health Care Foundation (AHF) has engages both Christians and Muslims representative from different community the use of the newly launch hand book title: ‘Handbook with religious messages on HIV/AIDS”, at the John Street in Freetown.

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Attorney General and Minister of Justice

One Mr. John Kamara of No. 82 Lower Congo Water, Wellington, Freetown, on Wednesday 7th January, 2015 wrote an official letter to President Ernest Bai Koroma complaining that the Minister of Justice and Attorney General has killed justice and asked for his kind humanitarian help.

The letter was copied to the Ombudsman Office, the Inspector General of Police, Appeal Court Judges and President of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) respectively. Beneath is the letter we have published unedited.

 

BULLYING SIERRA LEONEANS CALLED ON PRESIDENT KOROMA

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