Hon. Justice Sam Margai presiding over the High Court of Sierra Leone has granted bail to eight persons accused of murder in the form of three hundred and fifty million Leones each, and one surety in like sum.
The bail condition states the two sureties should surrender their Title Deeds to the court and bail to be approved by the Deputy Master and Registrar.
(L-R) Rev. Christian Fayia, Dr. Alie Kabba and Mabel Theresa Koketso
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Dr. Alie Kabba has said, that President Julius Maada Bio’s New Direction agenda will play an essential role in enabling the Sierra Leone Red Cross Society to serve the most vulnerable people within the country.
Dr. Alie Kabba made this disclosure during a courtesy call on him at the weekend by a delegation from the Sierra Leone Red Cross Society led by the Independent Interim Manager, Mabel Theresa Koketso, at the Ministry’s Tower Hill office, Freetown.
Francis Ben Kaifala…ready to free Sierra Leone from thieves
The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) Commissioner, Francis Ben Kaifala has warned that he will not hesitate to go after and arrest any member of the current Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) administration for corrupt practice if he has substantial evidence to warrant an indictment.
He made this statement while responding to questions on whether he will be bold enough to indict members of the current government that are accused or suspected of engaging in corruption or corrupt practices. He said: “I encourage you members of the media to be swift enough in bringing corrupt practices by any member of this current administration to my notice, and help me set a very bright example."
Mercury International Company SL. Ltd through its Charitable Foundation has lifted the hopes of a young Sierra Leonean innovator with a three thousand dollars ($3000) boost as a partial payment to study business and entrepreneurship, starting August 22nd, 2018, at Watson Institute at Lynn University in Florida USA.
Sierra Leonean born Brima Manso Bangura is among other young social entrepreneurs and innovators from around the world who were offered a place to pursue the course in Watson which is an incubator-institute.