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Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) strong member, Mr. Franklyn Rogers on Wednesday 11th March 2015 urged all stakeholders including the government to provide all essential facilities on water and sanitation before the reopening of schools.

Rogers made this statement at a press conference held at solace Relaxation, Ferguson Street, Freetown.

Mr. Rogers informed that it was timely for everybody to put hands on deck in order to reach the World Health Organization benchmark.

Author: 
hassan
SLPP Chairman and Leader

~~Despite the relentless efforts by Government and its development partners in fighting the deadly Ebola virus in the country, some senior stalwarts of the main opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) are busy showcasing their presidential ambitions and partying big time in London, much to the dismay of patriotic Sierra Leoneans.

Author: 
Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr
Chiarman and Leader of SLPP

One of the main opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) flag-bearer aspirants, Engineer Andrew Keili, eight days ago reportedly called a town hall meeting at the Cambridge House in Camberwell, London. According to METRO NEWSPAPER, “there was political drama in London at the weekend when a town hall meeting called by Mr. Andrew Keili was disrupted when guests rose to their feet to welcome the arrival of Mr. John Oponjo Benjamin,” another flag-bearer aspirant for the opposition SLPP.

Author: 
Thomas Vandi Gbow

Freetown – (Thursday, December 4, 2014) The Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) is troubled by news of the impending collapse of the iron ore mining industry in the country. In the last two months, the country has helplessly watched on as two of the nation’s major mining companies have imploded right before our eyes. 

 

Author: 
SLPP

23rd November, 2014

Mr. John O. Benjamin

Former Chairman & Leader –SLPP

C/o AITH

Wilberforce Street

Freetown

Dear Mr. Benjamin,

RE: LETTER OF PRESS STATEMENT PUBLISHED IN THE INDEPENDENT OBSERVER & THE SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER RESPECTIVELY

I am directed by the National Chairman and Leader of the Sierra Leone People’s Party Chief Somanoh Kapen to acknowledge with thanks receipt of your letter dated 19th November 2014 which has also been forwarded to Mr. Dwight Z.K. Sheriff for his consent.

Author: 
SLPP
Chiarman and Leader of SLPP

Members of Parliament from the opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) have criticized the 2015 Appropriation Bill that was tabled in the Well of Parliament by the country’s Minister of Finance and Economic Development (MoFED), Dr. Kaifala Marah.

While Parliament is at present debating on the Appropriation Bill, SLPP Members of Parliament are arguing that the 2015 financial plan is not good for implementation and should be revisited for the benefits of Sierra Leoneans.

Author: 
Cecil Cole Showers Jnr

As the nation hopes the Ebola scourge would end soon to open the floor once more for social and political activities, the various political parties will sure be engaged with internal restructurings and other activities in preparation for the 2016 Local Council Elections.  The filling in of candidates for the local Council seats is very crucial for any political party contesting the national elections (parliamentary and presidential) expected to fall in 2018.  It is equally so at intra-party levels because the process will enable those that have eyes on carrying party flags to position their

Author: 
Kef Dukulay
Dr. Kandeh Yunkella

The seasoned International Civil Servant, Dr. Kandeh Kolleh Yumkella, who is also Representative of the UN Secretary General on Global Sustainable Energy for All, has broken his silence on the issues of his political leaning and his plan to return home.

Dr. Kandeh Kolleh Yumkella jetted in Sierra Leone late last Wednesday and was a distinguished guest of a radio discussion on FM 98.1D last Friday morning, where he thrilled listeners in Freetown and beyond with his intellect and ability to deliver through and through.

Author: 
SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

The newly elected executive of the Sierra Leone People’s Party has paid courtesy call on the national commission for democracy last week.

In his statement, the chairman and leader of the party, Somano Kapen said Sierra Leone is but a united nation in the sub region.

He made this disclosure while appreciating contributions of management of NCD.

He further said that the role of NCD, in past, was critical, in that the fundamental principles on which the country was founded reflects the rule of law, oneness and peace and security.

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