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Chairman of the SLAJ Ebola Response Committee and lead trainer,  Dr. Julius Spencer, giving the purpose of the training

The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) has concluded a nationwide training for radio broadcasters on reporting issues around Ebola. A total of 275 broadcasters drawn from almost all radio stations in the Western Area, Northern, Southern and Eastern Regions of the country attended the trainings in their respective regions.

 

The training started in Freetown on November 11 and concluded in the eastern regional headquarters of Kenema on 20th November.

 

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) provided funding for the exercise.

 

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A Liberian Journalist, Ibrahim J. Ganda, who was carrying a press ID Card No. 03 as a news producer of a local radio station FM 100 .3 in Vaahun, Lofa County, Liberia, was on Thursday 9th October,2014, sentenced to four months jail term or pay a fine of Le1 million.

Ibrahim was arraigned before Magistrate Alhaji Sulaiman Koroma and charged with illegal entry into a quarantined zone in Sierra Leone.

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SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

A Liberian Journalist, Ibrahim J. Ganda, who was carrying a press ID Card No. 03 as a news producer of a local radio station FM 100 .3 in Vaahun, Lofa County, Liberia, was on Thursday 9th October,2014, sentenced to four months jail term or pay a fine of Le1 million.

Ibrahim was arraigned before Magistrate Alhaji Sulaiman Koroma and charged with illegal entry into a quarantined zone in Sierra Leone.

Author: 
SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

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