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Saidu Kamara from Mongoh Bendugu writes John Idriss Lahai...


BY: Saidu Kamara.
What Idriss has failed to understand is that there are no laid down criteria for one to become a member of the legislative or executive arm of government.  Time and again you need to check with Parliament as to how approvals are done. You have merely presented all appointees and some legislative members as incapable of delivering on their mandate. This is absurd. Your beneficial role to Sierra Leone would have been working with relevant institutions to reform their operations but that is not the case. You should have been advocating for reforms and remedial measures. Up to this day, you are only bent on sacking people for you and your cohorts to be employed.  Since you last posted that you have a job and you are paid $10, 000 a month, there has been no evidence of that with your payslip and the organization you work for. That still needs to be cleared.  There have been several accounts that you came to be employed by the government but what you were offered is a pittance for you. If so, Where does your patriotism lie? Is it in your pocket or to serve mama Salone? This is a clear manifestation that your crusade is about lining your ego and pocket. Therefore, if that is an issue, is it a story of ''the fox not having the grapes"
Today, our education system is looking for committed dedicated citizens to assist. You very well know that what you are trying to correct needs a bold government like the current dispensation and it needs a gradual process for the change to emerge. Some of the victims faced this as a result of a weak and unmonitored system spanning decades of decadence which this government is ready to correct now.
We will appreciate you coming with reforms and not daggers to kill individuals, families, and friends. 
You can help by contributing to a review of the curriculum, seeing where there are shortfalls, and rescuing the situation. We only need to review what has been given to them and provide remedial support where necessary through an approved institution. It was the same problem that was inherited with the basic education. 
On another note,  you target people who are politicians, and appointees with a view that you can blemish the work of government.  Far from it. The government has taken all necessary steps that are within the ambit of the law to clear some of the mistakes which have been down long ago but you just want the government to act because of your allegations that are going to be subjected to parliamentary review and recommendations. Government acts responsibly not by just listening to one side of the story. 
The way you are conducting yourself please come and visit to see how you will be appreciated or relegated. 
What you are doing is not to help the government or Country but to create a situation for the government to act arbitrarily that may end in many lawsuits and compensation as civil service has its ladder and appointment of ministers is not based on academic credentials. 
We will entreat you to drop your fake degree research and put on a political robe to gain favor from politicians for you to be recognized.

 Lonta...Mr dictator and disguised Academic hustler.


  1. We are all Sierra Leoneans, I don't think Idriss is against the appointments made by government to fellow Sierra Leoneans. What he is against here is using fake certificates to get your self at an advantage over others in job competition. By doing so, you are faking government which could be a criminal offence. If a Diploma is the minimum requirement for a particular job, use
    it if that is all you have. Don't use a fake degreeto advantage your over others.


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