The first of the two days solidarity support was held at the Pujehun District Council where UN Women distributed 100 radios, face masks and bags to school going girls and also gave out 150 food baskets that contain rice, onions, sugar and tomato to female headed homes in Pujehun District.
A total of 258,000 young people stands to benefit from this laudable project. The project is gender sensitive and caters for 40% of women as beneficiaries including person's with disability, the Minister maintained.
The complainant in her evidence identified the accused as resident who she lives with in the same community.
The girl continued that she told her mother about the incident and her mother took her to the police station where she made a report and was given a medical paper.
The Minister told the people that he will ensure that the school is built this academic year and assured that the construction will start soon.
That in fulfillment of the Two (2) mandates of June 2018 and February 2020, their agency has exported or is in the process of exporting a total of 18,995 20feet containers of timber which has generated the total revenue of $54, 225, 750 with a total timber levies of $47, 487, 500 and a total Afforestation and Cities of $6, 738, 250.
People who were at the scene of the event, informed New Age that there was no ongoing vehicular check when Makalay was stopped by Sannoh and that other vehicles plied freely without being checked.
According to the medical doctor from Dr Olabisi Claudius Cole from Rainbow Centre, the victim was completely ruptured, with whitish substance.
The objective of the distribution is to ensure fairness in trade by giving consumers the opportunity to weigh the rice in the shops before buying it.
Government had surpassed the 16% access rate to electricity supply and that the current record would be bettered once the various projects are completed, he maintained.