Hannah Bonnie presiding over the Freetown Magistrate Court No. 2 at Siaka Stevens Street in Freetown has remitted a case file for reassignment to another magistrate court, against one Rev. Emmanuel Nylander charged with the offence of Human Trafficking, contrary to law.
She informed the court that she was taking her hands off the matter, due to several attacks and aspersions on her staff by the complainants and counsel for the defendant, Barrister Musa Beretay.
Three notorious criminals have made their second appearance before Santigie Bangura presiding over the Freetown Magistrate Court No.1 at Siaka Stevens Street for committing grave criminal offenses, which negate certain sections of the Criminal Procedure Act of 1965.
According to the Particulars of Offence, the three accused persons Mohamed Osman Sesay alias Assassin, Lamin Sorie Sesay and Francis Gadd on diverse dates between Monday 7th May 2018 and Tuesday 8 May 2018 conspired together with other persons unknown to commit the offence of fraud.
President Julius Maada Bio’s dream to establish a Student Loan Scheme is quickly becoming a reality, as high powered delegation comprising senior officials of the Ministry of Education, Finance, NASSIT and University goes on a study tour to Ghana and Tanzania in consideration of a Student Loan Policy for Sierra Leone.
The Ombudsman Mr. Melron Nicol-Wilson on Thursday 9th August 2018, presented the 2017 Annual Report on the activities of the Office of the Ombudsman to His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio at State House.
Presenting the report, Mr. Melron Nicol-Wilson first congratulated President Bio on his election as President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, and thanked him for granting him audience. The Ombudsman informed the President that the presentation of the report was in compliance with provisions in the Ombudsman Act 1997 which require him to submit an annual report to the President on the activities of his Office.