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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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Unapproved and unpaid teachers who have been rendering services over the years with no appreciation from the government have seriously lambasted the Minister of Education over what they described as the insensitiveness being demonstrated by the Minister towards their plight. Notwithstanding the numerous calls from the aforementioned groups of teachers…
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Come 2012 Presidential and Parliamentary elections in Sierra Leone, without any exaggeration, Kono district will be one of the focal points of attention and undoubtedly a major determining factor as to which political party will emerge victorious when the final results are read for all to hear. This assertion is…
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As the Freetown city speedily degenerate into the darkest city in the world as a result of continuous electricity power outage (blackout), the New People has learnt that the APC led Government is owing the National Power Authority (NPA) a whopping fifteen billion leones for services rendered to the government…
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The present living conditions of the people of Sierra Leone under the APC government can only be best described as terribly sorrowful. It is no exaggeration to state that people continue to suffer and die on frequent intervals out of deplorable hardship that has marred the country. The hardship has…
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