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Prior to wild spread allegation from the Member of Parliament of constituency 106, Malen Chiefdom, Pujehun District, a pool of investigative journalists have come to the conclusion that all the allegations Hon. Sheka Sama is alleging concerning land grabbing by the Agricultural Company  within its operational areas are a hoax.
The façade of allegations coming from MALOA accusing the multi-national company of land grabbing was resists by residents of Malen including the chiefdom administration who extol the transformation of their chiefdom by the agricultural company.

Author: 
SPECTATOR

One of the leading and outstanding artistes in the country, Mr. Emerson Bockarie has described Africell Sierra Leone as the best mobile network service providers in the country.
Mr. Emerson Bockarie made the statement yesterday at the signing ceremony with Africell to join the list of Brand Ambassadorsat their Headquarters at Wilberforce, Freetown.

Author: 
SPECTATOR

A student at Fourah Bay College (FBC) is reported to have died last Friday during a secret initiation rite of a fraternity group call Climax Club.

According to report, members of the Climax Club on that fateful day took the victim, Madison Bio to a hideout for an initiation rite so that he would become a full fledge member of the club.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

A student at Fourah Bay College (FBC) is reported to have died last Friday during a secret initiation rite of a fraternity group call Climax Club.

According to report, members of the Climax Club on that fateful day took the victim, Madison Bio to a hideout for an initiation rite so that he would become a full fledge member of the club.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), through the Public Education and Outreach Department, on Saturday 14th July, 2018 engaged the Deep-Eye Water Community, Western Rural, on the work of the Commission and how the community people can support the fight against corruption.

Welcoming the ACC team to the community, the local chief, Pa Momoh Kamara, said the engagement was timely and that it was the first time the Commission has ever targeted them. He said such engagements will help the people to know the strategies being employed by the Commission to combat corruption.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

The former Campaign Manager of the erstwhile ruling All People’s Congress (APC) in the March, 2018 national elections, John Bonoh Sisay, who report states has secured a mouth-watering job in Namibia, would be extradited should he refuse to comply with the Commission of Inquiry that has been approved by the cabinet of President Julius Maada Bio to investigate the fifty-one people recommended for investigation by the Governance Transition Team (GTT) Report a source confided.

Some stalwarts of the main opposition All People’s Congress (APC) are reported to have made attempts at the weekend to contact some elderly statesmen to prevail on President (Brig.) Rtd. Julius Maada Bio halt his ant-corruption prosecution drive.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

The cabinet of President Brig. (Rtd.) Julius Maada Bio last week endorsed the recommendations of the Governance Transition Team’s (GTT) Report for the setting up of a Commission of Inquiry to investigate the fifty-one people recommended for investigation in relation with corrupt practices and racketeering during the ten-year rule of the All People’s Congress (APC) Government of former President Ernest Bai Koroma.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

Wednesday, 11 July 2018: Seventy-six members of the Sierra Leone Parliament including those of the Parliamentary Committee on Health and Sanitation, Human Rights and the Legislative have participated in a one-day workshop on access to justice and related human rights issues for HIV/AIDS Key Populations.

The Key Populations are the groups which are at a higher risk of contracting the virus. They comprise Female Sex Workers, Men Who Have Sex With Men and People Who Inject Drugs.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr

The Ministry of Health and Sanitation has donated Free Health Care Medicines and consumables to the Milton Margai School for the Blind and the National School for the Deaf on Thursday July 12, 2018 at the Milton Margai School for the Blind hall, Wilkinson Road in Freetown.

The items include Wound dressings, Antimalarial, Analgesics, Antiseptics, Plasters, Antibiotics, Anti Inflammatory Agent, Insecticide Treated Bed nets, Blankets among others.

Author: 
KadrieKoroma

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