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GOVERNMENT OF SIERRA LEONE MINISTRY OF FINANCE PRESS RELEASE The International Monetary Fund Approves Sierra Leone's Economic Performance Under the Extended Credit Facility Programme on 5th June 2023 The Ministry of Finance. in collaboration with the Bank of Sierra Leone and the National Revenue Authority, wish to inform the general public that the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund has, on 5" June  2023, approved the Economic Performance Programme of the Government of Sierra Leone, which will trigger immediate disbursement of about US$20.8 million. It is worth noting that the global economy is currently facing challenges occasioned by unprecedented overlapping multiple crises severely impacting all countries' economic fabric. These crises have manifested into high inflation, depreciation of currencies, deteriorating external accounts, high-interest rates and rising debt levels and vulnerabilities.  The crisis has also wo

Peaceful citizens of Makeni wept aloud, "We missed you ASP Gbanya."


How Peaceful Residents Of Makeni Miss ASP Gbanya

By Richmond B Trolley

Peaceful citizens of the Northern city of Makeni have honored the late Assistant Superintendent of Police Mathew Moiwah Gbanya—the Northeast area OSD Co-ordinator—as a hero who battled for the welfare of society one week after his cruel murder. 

On the evening of April 7, 2023, near Station Road in Makeni, ASP Gbanya, better known by his stage name Boyka, was brutally and cold-bloodedly murdered.

Even outside of the country, the brave and noble officer's death generated a heated debate.

Residents of the Northeast region, particularly those in Makeni City, have been able to go to bed without worry for their lives and property ever since his deployment. There were alarmingly high levels of theft and armed criminal activity in the city and the surrounding area prior to his deployment as the OSD Coordinator.

However, there was a continuous drop in crime rates after he took office. 

"ASP Gbanya manages the situation expertly at all times. Some of us will miss him, according to Adama Kamara of Makeni, who spoke with SL News Blog.

According to an unnamed local, the majority of those who disagree with the dead officer's story are those with a history of committing crimes.

Another local, Mohamed Sesay, claimed that "Officer Boyka reduces the reckless and rampant taking of Kush among young people in Makeni."

Although many claim that the late officer was haughty and cruel in the course of carrying out his official duties, others believe he was the ideal candidate to combat the area's lawlessness. 

Residents are requesting a prompt investigation into his death as a result.


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