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Courtesies: 1. I am back from my private visit to Lebanon, and in addition to my excellent health, I also bring back the good news that the ten-year agony and suffering of 130 of our compatriots in Lebanon will soon end.

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Statement by the Prime Minister on Gender Equality Week September 20, 2020 Ottawa, Ontario The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on Gender Equality Week: “Today, we begin Canada's Gender Equality Week.

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The attention of the Office of the Chief Minister (OCM) has been drawn to an Awoko Newspaper headline titled: “Office of the Presidency” 3rd most corrupt institution published on the 16th September, 2020 based on a so-called Afrobarometer Report published by the Institute for Governance Reform (IGR).

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Commentary By Geneba B.M. Koroma, USA. When you hear the name First Lady of Sierra Leone, the first thing that comes to mind is the "Hands Off Our Girls" campaign.

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By Our Correspondent President Julius Maada Bio of Sierra Leone and First Lady Fatima Bio arrived Saturday at the Lungi International Airport near Freetown, ending weeks of speculations on the health of the president who was on a short visit to Lebanon.

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By Babatunde Sesay, Freetown The Vice President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh on Friday 18th September, 2020 a during site visit at the collapsed Savage Street Bridge in Freetown assured of serious work to commence as soon as possible for the reconstruction of the bridge.

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By Emperor Bailor Jalloh- PV Freetown Bureau Chief Following the recent presentation of a proposed legislation /bill entitled Cyber Crime Act, 2020 to the Pre-legislative Committee of the Sierra Leone Parliament as a first step of legislation by the Minister of Information and Communications Hon.

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By Santigie Momoh, Freetown Sierra Leone's First Lady Mrs. Fatima Bio, Mrs. Fatima Bio (pictured)has put Sierra Leone's opposition in an uproar and senseless excitement and anguish when she sarcastically posted a message in which she said she and her husband were on a honeymoon.

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Contributed Young British-born Sierra Leonean educator Karimah Shaw (photo) has launched an online platform called WHAT'S NEXT to give young Sierra Leoneans at home and in the Diaspora a voice that will empower them to inspire a transformational change in their country's development trajectory The first of a series of WHAT'S NEXT Facebook conversation, which focused on leadership in Sierra Leone, was hosted by Karimah Shaw on Wednesday 9th September 2020 featuring on top social media (.

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Contributed Older people in Sierra Leone face ‘ticking time bomb' of health issues - study Three-quarters of people over-40 in Sierra Leone have at least one health factor that could contribute to cardiovascular disease – creating a ‘ticking time bomb' of death and disability in one of the world's poorest counties, a new study reveals.

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The First Lady of Sierra Leone, Mrs. Fatima Jabbe Maada Bio, on Monday sent a message to the people of Sierra Leone through her Facebook page together with photos of her and President Julius Maada in Lebanon where they are currently on a private visit.

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Contributed Sierra Leone's Vice President Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh has continued with his unannounced visit to the Ministries of Basic and Senior Secondary Education (MBSSE); Technical and Higher Education (MTHE); Works and Public Assets; and the Environment at New England Ville.

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That 1788 Treaty and its still current ramifications By Kortor Kamara, USA The 1788 treaty between the original Krio settlers on the peninsula of Sierra Leone and King Naimbana of the Koya Temne, which purportedly ceded some lands and allegedly forms the foundational legal document and basis for establishment of the Freetown settlement has been the subject of litigation, legal interpretations by legal scholars and historians over successive generations.

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By Emperor Bailor Jalloh - PV Freetown Bureau Chief As Hate Speech has raised eye brows and brought significant issues to a sharper focus in Sierra Leone, a tiny and beleaguered nation in West Africa, a Sierra Leonean Leadership and Advocacy Consultant in Freetown Brima Abdulai Sheriff (photo) has vehemently condemned the spate of 'Hate Speech', saying it is not good for the country amid the robust fight against the Novel Covid- 19 pandemic with a State of Emergency in existence.

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By Finda Judith Ngaujah: Strategic Communications Unit, Ministry of Information and Communications The Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Tamba Lamina (photo), has informed the press that his Ministry will soon embark on biometric verification of all chiefdom functionaries nationwide.

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Statement by the Prime Minister on Labour Day September 7, 2020 Ottawa, Ontario The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on Labour Day: “Since 1894 on Labour Day, we have celebrated Canadian workers and the generations of labour activists who have made our workplaces safer, more equitable, and more just.

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By Bampia James Bundu: Strategic Communications Unit, Ministry of Information and Communications The Ministry of Information and Communications in partnership with the National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM) is presently engaging stakeholders in the Telecoms sector on the proposed National Electronics Communications Bill 2020 at the J&E Resort in Bo.

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By Austine Luseni, Freetown, Sierra Leone The Minister of Energy of Sierra Leone, Alhaji Kanja Sesay (middle in photo), has told the people of Bathurst in rural Freetown that President Bio is a man of his words and that Sierra Leone's rare gem of a President was more than determined to change the dismal narrative in not only the energy sector but in other areas of development .

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By Ibrahim Babatunde Sesay, Freetown Sierra Leone's Vice President, Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh, Friday 28 August 2020 joined ECOWAS Heads of State and Government for an Extraordinary Summit on the socio-political situation in the Republic of Mali, following the overthrow on 18 August of the democratically elected President, Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta.

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My life as a leader By Sinneh Moijueh, Freetown, Sierra Leone At the start of 2019, just after completing my ACCA studies towards the end of 2018, I enrolled into the Masters in Professional Accountancy program provided by the University of London (in partnership with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants in the UK), with academic direction by the University College London.

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In Memoriam The late Abdul Rahman Arebekeh Lewally, Who passed away ten (10) years ago, 5th May 1960-29th August 2010. - Salone News

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The Secretariat of the Sierra Leone People's Party is concerned about the ugly spate of incendiary and hate speeches mostly broadcast through social media channels especially Whatsapp. We are also aware of similar messages seemingly coming from supporters of our party.

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