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PRA seals & suspend NP Brookfields Gas Station

Breaking News‼️ PRA seals & suspend NP Brookfields Gas Station The NP petroleum station  at Brookfields, Kinghaman Road Freetown, has been sealed and license suspended for a deliberate refusal to sell to the public violating the petroleum laws of Sierra Leone.  The statuon refused to sell out fuel to the public as on the process being caught up on the  supervision by the Chairman of the Petroleum Regulatory Agency (PRA), during the investigation as to why they're refusing to sell out to the public, findings came out that they have a Suffient products as follows:  Petrol: 14,800 liters,  10,000 in BRV, 4,800 liters underground. Diesel: 2,200 liters
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According to a source, Leather Boot and the other attackers had been in Freetown for over 5 days before to the assault.

According to a source, LeatherBoot was one of the  main attackers who sought to topple the government and subsequently received a gunshot  on his feet from a crossfire and later passed away. According to a source, Leather Boot and the other attackers had been in Freetown for over 5 days before to the assault.   The narrative encompasses a broad scope, but let us confine the elucidation to the demise of the notorious Leather Boot.   Leather Boot and four additional individuals were transported by a driver who is allegedly named Janneh.   The individual referred to as Janneh is employed as a driver and is responsible for driving one of the high-ranking military officials.    The source continues:  He lives in a building within the logistics section of Murray Town barracks as his residence.  Janneh purportedly presented a compelling justification to his boss, who, in good faith, granted him permission to leave.   Janneh had previously colluded with the attackers, and he took a

Brief Update on the Attempted Coup in Sierra Leone

Brief Update on the Attempted Coup in Sierra Leone By Fritong Post Newspaper — 27/11/2023 1) The situation is gradually returning to normalcy, with military patrols and checkpoints in the capital and elsewhere.  2) The president is at work this morning but many businesses and shops in the capital remain closed, while schools are yet to resume.  3) However, it’s pertinent to note that the situation in Freetown isn’t the same for provincial towns and cities, especially in the southeastern part of the country where life seems to have returned to normal owing to the fact that there wasn’t any spillover to the regions. Initial reports from Makeni and other areas in the North/North West indicate that many businesses and schools remain closed.  4) Meanwhile, human casualties, both military and civilian, are yet to be fully clarified by the authorities, and those arrested, including “leaders” of the attack haven’t been named.  5) Chief Minister David Sengeh reports that some prison

Chief Immigration Officer Meets with Belgium Immigration Officials

Chief Immigration Officer Meets with Belgium Immigration Officials Fourth Floor, Immigration Headquarters, Gloucester Street Freetown,16th November 2023 The Chief Immigration Officer (CIO) Hon. Alusine Kanneh met with a delegation from the Belgium Immigration Office where he discussed progress made since he took over as the Chief Immigration Officer and requested for more support from the Belgium Immigration Department in Brussels. Hon. Kanneh said the meeting was a good one and thus happy to partner with the Belgium Immigration Officials. He  added that they have agreed to have a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Immigration Office in Belgium, Brussels and both parties have also agreed to travel to Brussels to have MoU as far as migration is concerned. The CIO disclosed to the Belgium Immigration Officials that he wanted them to work together in minimizing the irregular migration issues to Europe. "To me, today's meeting is a good

Homecoming Hero: Victor Foh and Bagbo Chiefdom Hail Information Minister Chernor Bah

Homecoming Hero: Victor Foh and Bagbo Chiefdom Hail Information Minister Chernor Bah Thousands of people lined the streets of Jimmi Bagbo, Bo District to welcome home Information Minister Chernor Bah. The event was held to appreciate President Bio for his appointment of the native of Bagbo Chiefdom to the prestigious position in cabinet. Paramount chiefs, community leaders, cabinet ministers, friends and well wishers from Bagbo Chiefdom and the wider Bo District showed up in impressive numbers to support the young minister. In his presentation of the Minister to the People, Hon. Victor Foh, who is an uncle of the Minister, thanked President Bio for appointing one of them. He hailed the young politician as a humble, diligent and extremely bright man who has exhibited these traits since he was a child. He explained that Chernor Bah, who is commonly called Ceebah, has strong roots in every corner of the country and will work to advance the vision of President Maada

Squad R12023, are fit for purpose- Says IGP Sellu

Squad R12023, are fit for purpose- Says IGP Sellu ©️Kembay SILEA, Hastings Campus Saturday 11th November, 2023 After spending over seven months at the training campus, the Inspector General of Sierra Leone Police (IGP), Mr. William Fayia Sellu has informed Vice President Dr Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh, government officials, foreign dignitaries and the public that squad R12023, which comprises one thousand one hundred (1100) recruits including eight hundred and three (803) males and two hundred and ninety-seven (297) females were better trained and prepared to stand the test of time and to also face the demands of policing the State and citizens of Sierra Leone.  Elucidating further, IGP Sellu, explained that the basic recruit training was structured in a way that brought out the best in the recruits with the view to prepare them for the future challenges.  The training for the recruit he said was categorised into two, the General Duty (GD) and Operational Support (OS)

First Lady Announces Scholarship For Rape Victims

To commemorate November 18... First Lady Announces  Scholarship For Rape Victims The First Lady of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Her Excellency Dr. Fatima Maada Bio, has disclosed that her Foundation will be providing scholarships and business start-ups for victims of rape.  She was speaking at the weekly government  press briefing held on the 7th of November, 2023, at the conference room of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. In 2022, Her Excellency the First Lady championed a course at the United Nations, seeking a dedicated day for survivors of rape and sexual violence.  Her compelling case caused the United Nations to dedicate November 18 as 'United Nations World Day for the Prevention of and Healing from Child Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Violence'. To mark the day for the first time, Dr. Fatima Maada Bio will be granting educational and business support to rape victims. "I want to commemorate  this important day i