His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio has met with a high-level delegation from Canada, headed by the Canadian Minister for International Development, Honorable Marie-Claude Bibeau, who was visiting the country for the first time.
Honorable Bibeau, who was accompanied to State House by the Canadian Ambassador accredited to Sierra Leone, congratulated President Bio on his election and thanked the people of Sierra Leone for a peaceful transition.
Hon. Segepoh Solomon Thomas PAC Chairman in action
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC), chaired by the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hon. Segepoh Solomon Thomas has in its continued public hearings on some of the queries raised in the Auditor General's Report of 2016 spat fire on the Local Councils for failing to produce supporting documents at the time of audits
Ahead of the launching of the National Tree Planting exercise by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, the Director of Forestry Alpha Umaru Leigh yesterday presented different species of trees to the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Joseph Ndanema for the national tree planting exercise.
The National Tree Planting exercise is in line with the United Nations Convention on Climate Change, Deforestation and Desertification on Environmental Protection for adaption and Resilience of which Sierra Leone is a signatory.
The war of words which started between the main opposition All People’s Congress (APC) party and ruling Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP), following the defeat of the former at the polls in March 2018, is simply refusing to go away.
Whilst the SLPP are accusing the APC of trying to sabotage its government and making the country ungovernable, APC party grandees say supporters of the SLPP are violently attacking and intimidating their supporters.