Weeks after losing the March 2018 elections, former President Koroma announced the formation of a Committee of Nine responsible for conducting a review of the party’s performance at the elections, and report on how best to restructure and reform the party.
A little over four months on, there are accusations by party members and supporters that the Committee of Nine has failed to achieve its brief, as former President Koroma continues to maintain a tight grip on the party.
One pregnant woman, Kadiatu Mansaray has been whisked off to the Female Correctional Centre at Jomo Kenyatta Road on the order of Santigie Bangura adjudicating over the Freetown Magistrate Court No.1 at Siaka Steven Street. She allegedly killed one seventy eight years old man, Alpha Kamara.
The accused person is charged with the offence of Murder, contrary to the Offences against the Persons Act of 1816 in which the state alleged that the accused person, Kadiatu Mansaray murdered Alpha Kamara on Sunday 15th July, 2018 at Pipe Line Road, Moyiba off Mount Aureol in the Freetown Judicial District of the Republic of Sierra Leone.
Dr. Foday Moriba Jaward, newly-appointed Executive Chairman of EPA, has warned hotel owners and management that hotels using old generators which he said pollutes the air with poisonous fumes would henceforth be arrested. He made this vow while speaking at a forum for the hospitality sector and protecting the environment as it affects their business.
As a friend from one West African country was claiming that Sierra Leone is the poorest country in the world, a Tanzanian journalist in Beijing observed that he could never compare Tanzania to Sierra Leone because the East Africa country has enjoyed one-hundred percent peace and stability since independence.
The problems, the Tanzanian journalist continued, ranged from Sierra Leone’s eleven years civil war, Ebola, cholera and mudslides crises.