Honestly speaking Sierra Leoneans are well known for their hospitality all over the world, especially in Africa.
But ironically many of them hate each other. But they love foreigners. They have high respect for strangers; unfortunately they do not have respect among themselves. You can attest this to what is happening in the social media. Where they are currently showing their pull him down (PhD) syndrome. By castigating their compatriots unnecessarily. Some of them just because of jealousy and envious evil spirit they possess. They prefer to promote foreigners than their own brothers and sisters both in and out of the country.
The predominant discourse on agricultural paradigms in sub Saharan Africa reflect production methodologies and land management systems, the implications of which are critical in any assessment of the future of agriculture within the Sierra Leone economy.
A survey of more than 8,000 people across Sierra Leone suggests fathers and mothers are the biggest influence on people’s lives, with fathers scoring slightly higher than mothers, in a poll carried out in the last few days by the U-Report platform.
But when asked about whether fathers in Sierra Leone were taking their responsibilities seriously, half of respondents selected ‘a little bit’, with only 20 per cent saying ‘definitely’. UNICEF is using Father’s Day, marked this year in many countries on 18 June, to celebrate fatherhood and highlight the importance of love, play, protection and good nutrition for the healthy development of young children’s brains.
It is interesting how people easily forget the past and for political expediency feels confident that their falsities and fake news in the present days will in some way cover up their faults and misdeeds of the past.
When opposition politicians start talking of unexplained wealth, what they are propagating is the politics of envy and nothing to do with public accountability. If they were talking about public accountability, then politicians should the institutions already set up to deal with issues of public accountability.