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The Honourable Maryam Monsef, Minister of International Development and Minister for Women and Gender Equality, Monday June 17 issued the following statement:. "Today marks 25 years since the adoption of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification [UNCCD] in Paris, France, on June 17, 1994. "The serious consequences of land degradation across the globe are now known—the resulting food insecurity, poverty, conflict and forced migration already affect 2 billion people.
An e-Justice tool that uses a Geographic Information System (GIS) developed at The Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI) digitizes local courts and cases in Sierra Leone. E-Justice is the use of technology to improve transparency and efficiency for wider access to justice. Developers at DSTI have created an integrated GIS platform that allows citizens and lawmakers to better understand national data on population, education, health, water, financial institutions, (...). -. Salone News. /. Cover Story.
Sierra Leone Police, Police Headquarters, George Street, Freetown. Press Statement. 1. The Sierra Leone Police wishes to inform the general public that at 18:15 hours of Sunday 16th June 2019, the former Vice President of the Republic of Sierra Leone – Alhaji Chief Samuel Samsumana returned to the country via Freetown International Airport, Lungi. 2. He left Lungi with a convoy of over twenty (20) vehicles for his residence in Freetown. On reaching Port Loko, he insisted (...). -. Salone News.
Albinism Awareness Day Celebrations in Sierra Leone. Public lecture by Rashid Dumbuya Esq. Them: Still standing strong; realizing the rights of Persons with Albinism in Sierra Leone. General introduction. Due to the immense challenges that were being faced by persons with albinism coupled with the increased momentum and outcry for their protection across the world, the United Nations Human Rights Council adopted a resolution in 2013 (A/HRC/RES/23/13) calling for the prevention of attacks (...). -. S.
The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, on Wednesday June 12 issued the following statement about the protests in Hong Kong in response to proposed extradition law changes:. "Canada has been closely following the proposals of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government to amend the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance, which would allow for individuals in Hong Kong to be transferred to all jurisdictions, including mainland China, for prosecution. "The ongoing (...). -. C.
The Regional Maritime University (RMU) of Ghana has conferred an honorary Doctorate Degree on His Excellency, President Julius Maada Bio, at the University's Thirteenth Congregation for the award of degrees and diplomas in Accra, Ghana. Other dignitaries for this year's conferment of the degree of Doctor of Letters, _Honoris Causa_, were His Excellency President John Agyekum Kufuor, former President of Ghana and Capt. Aaron Obeng Turkson, the immediate past Rector of RMU. As the first (...). -. S.
Commentary. The 1980 FBC Student Protests - The forgotten fight against APC dictatorship in Sierra Leone. By Kortor Kamara, USA. The period between the nationwide student demonstrations against the APC government of Siaka Stevens in 1977 and the 1983 demonstrations, witnessed the seminal but oft-overlooked 1980 FBC students protests in September and November, 1980. These demonstrations and protests, especially the larger November protest, though largely confined on (...). -. S.
A high-level delegation from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, UNESCO, led by its Regional Director, Ydo Yao, has met with His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio at State House to pledge their support to Government's Free Quality Education Programme. UNESCO is a UN body that seeks to build peace through international cooperation in Education, Science and Culture.
Aftermath of the June 7 protest in Liberia. By Dagbayonoh Kiah Nyanfore II, Monrovia, Liberia. Friday, June 7, 2019, was a fine day. The rain stopped in the early morning and the rest of the day was beautiful. At about 10 in the morning Liberian time, the protest's point of an assembly was about packed. The crowd came in groups. Hours later all the key organizers and political supporters of the protest were present. They made speeches; spoke of bad governance, corruption, and (...). -. African News.
Culled from the Satellite newspaper, Freetown. Closed door negotiations between officials of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Petroleum Regulatory Agency Executive Director, Brima Baluwa Koroma and the importing and distribution companies (National Petroleum, Total and LEONOIL) have ended in a resolution of what seemed to be a fuel shortage crisis that saw vehicles queuing at filling stations last weekend. The outcome of the meeting was that the fuel stations have returned to (...). -. S.
By Patricia Ngadie Baby Bashiru-Kargbo, Germany. Email: Be Still Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone my blessed land;. throughout creation you are called blessed. He, the Creator, has bestowed upon you the treasures of His might;. Unity, Freedom and Justice spell out your name. Your wealth has made nations move,. your treasures have become the people's pride. Though evil once tried to deprive you of your blessings,. and your own children rise up against you,. your name, (...). -.
Minister Joly welcomes Secretary General of La Francophonie Louise Mushikiwabo to Ottawa June 11, 2019 - Ottawa, Ontario- Global Affairs Canada. The Honourable Mélanie Joly (photo), Minister of Tourism, Official Languages and Francophonie, Monday June 11 welcomed Louise Mushikiwabo, Secretary General of La Francophonie, to Ottawa, Ontario.
Editor's Note: There is currently a scarcity of petroleum products in Sierra Leone. It looks like the suppliers want to increase prices while the government does not want to do so. Here are two opposing views on the issue. The first view seems to favour a price increase and the other one seems to oppose it. Readers can judge or do their own assessment. NP Loses Le96B between January to May 2019. By Ranger, Freetown. In connection with recent hiccups in the supply of petroleum (...). -. Salone News. /. Cover Story.
By RAIC media team, Freetown, Sierra Leone. The Chairman and Information Commissioner of the Right to Access Information Commission, Dr. Ibrahim Seaga Shaw has said that one of the biggest challenges his commission has been facing is that of getting all public authorities, especially ministries, departments and agencies(MDAs) to trust and see them as partners in development, who are there to support them in delivering quality goods and services to the public and to uphold values of open (...). -. S.
Contributed. Legal Aid Board lawyers are heading to Port Loko, Moyamba and Sefadu for the Special Criminal Sessions of the High Court started Monday, 10 June 2019. Three hundred and thirty-three (333) accused persons will be appearing before the sessions. 159 accused persons, 15 of who are charged with capital offences, will be brought before the court in Port Loko. 155 accused persons, 10 of who are charged with capital offences will appear before the court in Moyamba and 79 will appear (...). -. Salone News. /. Cover Story.
Commentary. I am no Tribesman. By Dr. Charles Quist-Adade, Vancouver, Canada. In a rather unpleasant conversation between a compatriot and me in Ghana several years ago, I replied to her question, “What tribe do you come from?” with a curt answer: “I am from Ghana.” Naturally, this compatriot was offended. She shot back angrily: “Of course, I know you're from Ghana. Every Ghanaian is from one tribe or another. What's yours?” I told her I (...). -. African News.
By Abdul Malik Bangura, Freetown, Sierra Leone. The newly elected Regional Chairman of the Sierra Leone Peoples Party North America (SLPPNA) branch has called on his members to work for the progress of the party, pointing out that his administration will have an open door policy in encouraging ideas, suggestions, and criticisms regardless of whether certain members voted for him or voted for his opponent. Mr Mohamed Bah (photo) recently made this statement as part of his ‘Thank (...). -. S.
Any well established nation should have a national constitution to help regulate human behaviour and attitudes in order to ensure justice, the rule of law, peace, security and development. My home home country,Sierra Leone, a tiny nation on the West Coast of Africa is no exception with a national constitution tagged " The Constitution of Sierra Leone,1991".

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