June 24, 2019
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Sierra Leone’s Anti-Corruption Commissioner in road accident but alive and well

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 23 June 2019: ACC Commissioner, Francis Ben Kaifala’s vehicle convoy was involved in a road accident yesterday, Saturday, 22nd June 2019 along the mile 91 Highway, travelling to Bo. According to report from the Public Relations Unit of the ACC, the vehicle leading Kaifala’s convoy was involved [Read More]

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Sierra Leone’s Anti-Corruption Commissioner in road accident but alive and well

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 23 June 2019: ACC Commissioner, Francis Ben Kaifala’s vehicle convoy was involved in a road accident yesterday, Saturday, 22nd June 2019 along the mile 91 Highway, travelling to Bo. According to report from the Public Relations Unit of the ACC, the vehicle leading Kaifala’s convoy was involved [Read More]

Education and Health

Sierra Leone Ebola survivors on paramedic training as nation goes on simulated high alert

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 21 June 2019: Sierra Leone Association of Ebola Survivors (SLAES) leadership, yesterday Thursday 20th June 2019, ended a three-day training on ‘Paramedics and Leadership’ at their headquarters in Jui Junction, Freetown through funding from Project 1808 and other partners. The training was geared towards preparedness for a [Read More]

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Sierra Leone’s parliament revokes state of emergency on rape

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 20 June 2019: Yesterday, Sierra Leone’s parliamentarians decided to revoke a controversial State of Emergency Decree that was promulgated  by President Bio on 19th February 2019, which was subsequently ratified by Parliament on Friday 22nd February 2019. Since the passing of the State of Emergency Law in [Read More]

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Sierra Leone president Bio receives more recovered stolen public funds from the ACC

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 18 June 2019: Sierra Leone’s Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), yesterday presented a cheque for 7.5 billion Leones to President Dr Julius Maada Bio at a ceremony in State House, Freetown. This Le 7.5 billion is part of a whopping 16 Billion Leones of stolen cash, so far recovered [Read More]

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Sierra Leone launches digital tool to help improve local access to justice

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 17 June 2019: Sierra Leone government Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI) has developed a national e-Justice tool that uses a Geographic Information System (GIS) that digitizes local courts and cases in Sierra Leone. The E-Justice tool is making use  of technology to improve transparency and [Read More]

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Ex-Liberian president Sirleaf in talks with former President of Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 15 June 2019: Liberia’s former president – Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is in Makeni, Northern Sierra Leone today, where she is holding talks with the former president of Sierra Leone – Ernest Bai Koroma. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is in Sierra Leone this weekend to attend tomorrow Sunday’s launching [Read More]

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Sierra Leone Inter-religious Council to soon publish report on political tension

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 15 June 2019: Following the spate of political violence in various parts of Sierra Leone since the elections of March 2018, which saw the All People’s Congress (APC) party ousted from office by the Sierra Leone’s People’s Party (SLPP), there have been calls for peaceful resolution to [Read More]

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Consolidating Sierra Leone’s democracy requires independent state institutions

Rev. G. Kargbo: Sierra Leone Telegraph: 15 June 2019: It should be established from the onset that there is a direct correlation between the independence of state institutions and the consolidation of democracy. Therefore, every effort should be expended to ensure the independence of these institutions is not compromised, regardless [Read More]

Education and Health

UNESCO supports Sierra Leone’s free quality education programme

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 14 June 2019: Yesterday, Thursday 13 June 2019, a high-level delegation from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), led by its Regional Director – Ydo Yao, met with President Julius Maada Bio at State House in Freetown, to pledge their support for his government’s [Read More]

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Sierra Leone launches digital tool to help improve local access to justice

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 17 June 2019: Sierra Leone government Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI) has developed a national e-Justice tool that uses a Geographic Information System (GIS) that digitizes local courts and cases in Sierra Leone. The E-Justice tool is making use  of technology to improve transparency and [Read More]

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