Like a bolt from the blue, Prison Watch Sierra Leone, an organization targeting persons whose liberties have been deprived has discovered anomalies on the part of government and stakeholders in the national fight against the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in the country.
Sierra Leone and the world over are commemorating the international anti-corruption day (IAC Day) – a day set aside by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 58/7 in October 2003 to raise awareness on the dangers of corruption. The day has become a reminder to political authorities, civil society organizations and business people for a more robust action and positive attitude towards tackling graft.
A mysterious fire, last Friday night consumed parts of the fourth floor, of the six storey building of the Electricity House on Siaka Steven Street, Freetown that houses the Ministry Of Energy and the National power Authority (NPA), living the offices of the Permanent Secretary and the Accountant of the Ministry completely razed by the raging inferno.
Members of the Poro Society in Sierra Leone have declared one Abdulai Kamara, Mamamah village, Koya chiefdom Port Loko district wanted, for failing to undergo traditional initiation, which tradition demand.
According to confirmed report, Abdulai, born on 16th March 1975 as the eldest son to his parents, was supposed to succeed his father, Pa Morlai Kamara as one of the Gbanikas-Heads of the Poro Society, upon his death in 2009, refused to succumb to the very harmful initiation processes.