Saturday, June 6, 2020

Palo’s Treason Trial… Judge Rules Against Use of CCTV Camera

Justice Stevens in his ruling with regards the issue of CCTV camera quoted section 48 (1) Sub Section 4 of the 1991 Constitution of Sierra Leone which says that ‘’while any person holds or performs the function of the office of the president, no civil or criminal proceedings shall be instituted or continued against him in respect of anything done or omitted to be done by him either in his office or private capacity.”

Orange-SL 10,000 Ltrs Milla Tanks To Const. 128

Handing over the items, the Head of Public Relations of Orange-SL, Annie Katta, commended the Honorable Member of Parliament for his perseverance disclosing that because of his concern for his people, the dream of having 5 Water Milla Tanks of 10,000 Liters donated to the community became a reality.

Car Wash, Youth Farm Projects….Bio Endorses Minister Orman Bangura

His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio has commended the Ministry of Youth Affairs for a job well done during the State Opening of the Third Session of the Fifth Parliament of the Second Republic. This commendation by the President is as a result of the several successful projects within the Ministry that has been undertaken and implemented by the Minister of Youth Affairs, Mohamed Orman Bangura. President Bio noted that his government has developed capacity and entrepreneurial skills with a skills development project and a skills development fund component, a graduate internship programme, youth demonstration farms, youth business groups, and the setting up of a youth entrepreneurship and employment project. That government has also established opportunities for thousands of youth with the construction of Car wash centres, youth farms, fisheries projects, and the youth service schemes. All of the highlighted gains by President Bio at the Ministry of Youth Affairs were executed under the watchful leadership of the Minister of Youth Affairs. Through the expertise and leadership skills of Minister Orman Bangura, government has included more young people into the governance and decision making processes in the country. “Government has therefore increased the participation of young people in decision-making processes and leadership roles. To that end, my Government has established 190 Chiefdom and 16 district Youth Councils nationwide,” President Bio stated.

Minister Orman Warns Against Misuse of Funds

He challenged the youths to utilize the over Le 85,000,000 that has been distributed in their various accounts to raise awareness on gender based violence, teenage pregnancy, and the coronavirus.

In Cohort With Chief Minister… ISHA JOHANSEN MAY EMBARRASS PRESIDENT BIO IN KENEMA

A project which was supposed to have finished by the end of this month is now taking forever as works on the project has halted with conflicting information on the said project by the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA).

China Kingho Donates 400 Bags of Rice To 4 Chiefdoms

The donation is part of the gesture of meeting their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as a company that cares for the wellbeing of the people within their area of operations.

Office of The Ombudsman In Court For $90,000

However, the Ombudsman, Leon Jenkins Johnston maintained that all necessary documents for payment to the Plaintiff has been submitted to the Ministry of Finance which is responsible for the nonpayment.

Senator Family Feeds Vulnerable People

“We thought it fit to help the less privileged with cups of rice, onions, tomatoes plus cash to observe the “Pray day”, Mohamed Dumbuya maintained.

Waterloo Politics WhatsApp Group Supports COVID-19 Fight

The reason for the donation was to aid the strides of the district council in containing COVID-19 in the district.

Masada Donates Face Masks And Food Items

This gesture is also meant to register the company’s resolve to work with small-scale waste management enterprises to address the waste management needs of the Freetown municipality.

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