The Campaign for National Unity and the Technical Facilitation Team of the Sierra Leone People’s Party have at press conference called on the National Electoral Commission of the party to schedule a peace and reconciliation meeting for all aggrieved parties ahead of the party’s convention. This drive is to see party members enhance their ability and capability if they are to be successful in the forthcoming elections.
Augusta James Teima, National Chairman and Leader of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has yesterday, 5th August, 2015 been elected as the new Interim Chairman of the All Political Parties Association (APPA) at the Political Parties Registration Commission’s Headquarters in Freetown.
Following a press release issued by SLPP calling on government not to extend the state of public health emergency, the of government spokesman, Adulai Bayraytay has reacted to the press release describing it as misrepresentation. He made this statement at the Ministry of Information and Communications weekly Press Conference at Youyi Building in Freetown.
Sources in the United Kingdom has intimated AYV that the Kandeh Kolleh Yumkella (KKY) UK tour saw thousands of Sierra Leoneans who turned out to meet the former official at a grand finale last Sunday, at the Bacon’s College Hall in South London.
The popular Freetown based legal luminary representing the elected former Vice President of Sierra Leon in the ongoing constitutional matter at the Supreme Court, Charles Margai has on Tuesday 21 July 2015, intimated his audience that, the President, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma has no legal authority in the country’s national Constitution to relieve, Alhaji Chief Sam Samuel Sumana of his duties and functions as Vice President of Sierra Leone.
The leading Presidential flagbearer aspirant of the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP), Rtd, Brig. Maada Bio faces yet another serious political threat with the expression of interest in the race by another presidential hopeful, Dr. Jonathan Bonapha Tengbe who is reportedly due in Sierra Leone this week.
World Bank Group has mobilized US$15 million to provide 10,500 tons of maize and rice seeds to over 200,000 farmers in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone for the April planting season to avert hunger, which has hit these countries.