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Following the expiration of the twenty one day ultimatum on 10th June 2011, lecturers at Fourah Bay College (FBC), University of Sierra Leone, have commenced a sit down strike action. It could be recalled that the Academic Staff Association (ASA) issued out a twenty-one day ultimatum demanding an increase in…
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There is presently a growing discontent being expressed by members of the public over certain wasteful undertakings by government ministries, departments and agencies, with the National Power Authority among such institutions. It was recently made public that the National Power Authority (NPA) is paying a whopping six billion leones on…
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Reports monitored from Mayor Herbert George William’s headed Freetown City Council (FCC) have it that a total of forty six local tax receipts books have disappeared with nobody claiming responsibility.
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In an exclusive interview with the CEO of the New People Online via Skype from his base in Sierra Leone, Sulaiman Banja Tejan-Sie confirmed that he will be seeking the Secretary General position of the Sierra Leone People’s Party at the upcoming convention after what he anticipates to be the…
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National Chairman and Leader of the main opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP), John Oponjo Benjamin, yesterday Tuesday 7th June 2011 contacted the Awareness Times Newspaper to reassure his supporters that he was still “100 percent committed towards upholding the values of the SLPP.” This came in the wake of…
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Ministries, departments and agencies of government are speedily dragging the National Power Authority (NPA) to the drain, as a result of refusal to honour electricity bills. This situation has rendered the NPA unable to operate as evident in the blackout that has rocked the Freetown city. The New People Investigative…
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The All People’s Congress (APC) government has regretted the appointment of Tamba Borbor Sawyer, as Deputy Minister of Health and Sanitation. This regret was brought to the attention of the New People by a very senior government minister, who preferred not to be named. It could be recalled that Tamba…
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