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Francis Allie Munu, Inspector General of Police

Inspector General Francis Allieu Munu has appealed to the citizenry to help the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) make the country a security developed nation.

Making the appeal to stakeholders during his recent visit to Kenema, IG Francis A. Munu dilated on the development projects the SLP has undertaken in his regime, including the storey building at Lumley in Freetown and the police garment factory.

The police chief urged the stakeholders of Kenema to provide a suitable land for the construction of another police divisional office in the city.

Kamal M. Barrie

The Le500, 000,000.00 (Five hundred million Leones) Government is allegedly paying for the monthly radio teaching programme through the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology is sham, it emerged last night.

The objective of the radio teaching programme for pupils lost its credence when the Education Ministry was caught in the closet by one of its partners.

Our sources explained that there is an unwavering cabal within the Ministry enriching themselves much to the detriment of the hapless teachers.

Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr.

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has charged to court Mr. Herbert H.I. Davies-Cole, former Registrar of the Sierra Leone Law School, Mr. Fomba Koroma, a civil society activist, Hassan Dabor, a World Food Program (WFP) Contractor, Emerson Musa Conteh, a representative of the WFP Contractor, Aminata Amara, Mount Everest Security Personnel and Abu Bakarr Fofannah, a truck driver.

Joseph Kamara

The British Minister of State for Justice and Civil Liberties, Rt. Hon. Simon Huges, is reported to have told British House of Commons and some Sierra Leoneans that the British Government can no longer trust their Sierra Leonean counterparts with money. He attributed the reason for his statement to corruption and commented that the British rather prefer dealing with their own NGO’s to manage the Ebola treatment centres and Ebola response funds.

Thomas Vandi Gbow

The outgoing Chairman of the Anti-Corruption Commission Advisory Board, Sheik Abu Barkarr Conteh, has bid farewell to the Management and Staff of the Commission.

 In his farewell speech at the Cathedral Hall in Freetown, Sheik Abu Barkarr Conteh said: “I am leaving the Commission but not leaving the fight against corruption.”

Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr