The National Chairman and Leader of the ruling Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) Dr. Prince Alex Harding aka Bullet on 4th December 2018 started a countrywide tour first with a meeting of constituency representatives in the east of Freetown.
The first of many such consultations that would end on 22nd January 2019 according to Dr. Harding, took place at the John James Complex, Jenner-Wright Road in the east of Freetown.
Seventeen registered political parties signed a 9-point communiqué, after a two-day Inter-Party Dialogue and Capacity Building session.
The event took place at the Golden Tulip Hotel, Aberdeen with 119 representatives in political leadership and executive positions to brainstorm the root causes of political rivalry and violent clashes between political parties, especially between the two oldest parties, the APC and the SLPP.
Independent Sierra Leonean Members of Parliament, Hon. Emilia Loloh Tongi has returned from the Women MPs of the World conference of female Parliamentarians in London to mark the 100-year anniversary of legislation which first gave women in the UK the right to vote.
Ambassador Osman Foday Yansaneh APC National Secretary General
The All People’s Congress (APC), over the weekend moved one step closer to achieving the much-needed reform that many members in the party have been demanding.
The National Deputy Chairman and Leader of the party, Ambassador Alhaji Minkailu Mansaray, announced the names of “persons selected by the party to serve as Members of the party’s Constitutional Review Committee” as follows:
The Pa-O-Pa New Direction leadership led by His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio of the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) over the weekend stormed the Northern city of Makeni, one of the major strongholds of the main opposition, the All People’s Congress (APC) party in Sierra Leone.
The Parliament of Sierra Leone has concluded their debate on the 2019 Appropriation Act, aimed at providing for the services of Sierra Leone for the year 2019 and for other related matters.
In light of that, the 2019 Appropriation Act is in line with the relevant rules of the House has been committed to the Committee of Supply where the entire Membership of Parliament will be divided into six sub-committees for effective scrutiny of the various budgetary heads, subject to reporting and approval by the Whole House.
yesterday 16 August 10:00 am in the morning 2016 two unidentified youths have been confirmed dead during the recent clash between the Sierra Leone Police and angry youths in Koinadugu district kabala over the removal of the youth village project. In a telephone Interview with this medium Paramount Chief Gbawuru Mansaray 111, confirmed that two youths have been reported dead and the house of the Local Unit Commander (LUC) was set ablaze.
Dozens of financial and performance auditors from Ghana, Tanzania and Kenya have joined the Sierra Leone Audit Service to carry out a forensic audit on the activities of the government of Ernest Bai Koroma as recommended by the Government Transition Team (GTT) report and upheld by President Julius Maada Bio. The GTT report alleges widespread corruption and cronyism under the former administration.
Very reliable information filtering in from our Eastern region reporters intimates that the Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the main opposition All People’s Congress (APC) party, Hon. Robin Faley is currently under enormous pressure from the people of the Njaluahun chiefdom in the Kailahun district urging him to return home to his former political party the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) in the best interest of his political career and the interest of them becausehas not just affected him personally and politically but has left behind a huge political leadership gap which they as a community have struggled and are still to fill.
Sierra Leone’s Parliament has deferred a debate on a controversial motion seeking to annul a contract for the production of the country’s passport. The decision to postpone the debate came after a divisive session last week Friday when members of the Opposition bench rejected an initial attempt by the governing Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) to repeal the agreement first past in 2014.
The main opposition All People’s Congress (APC), which was in power when the deal with the UK firm Thomas de la Rue was reached, said the SLPP was using the wrong procedure to repeal the agreement.