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IMF drops $20.8 million to the New Direction Government

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

The Achraf Hakimi's experience is unique and would not be applicable in Sierra Leone


The Achraf Hakimi's experience is unique and would not be applicable in my nation. 

Following news that a 24-year-old woman had filed a complaint against the Paris Saint-Germain full-back, Hiba Abouk and Achraf Hakimi's divorce became widely known.

The lady claimed Hakimi had sexually assaulted her when the well-known actress was abroad with their kids.

According to the French publication First Mag, Hiba demanded half of Hakimi's property and wealth; nevertheless, she was shocked to discover that he has nothing to his name.

Hakimi's mother, who has been collecting his wages on her bank account for numerous years, is the true recipient of his income and fortune.

Although the story has generated some buzz in Spain, France, and Morocco, it is also widely known that Abouk has her own riches and does not need to rely on her ex-husband's fortune to get by.

Many people have characterized the footballer in this story as intelligent on social media, while others have claimed it was a typical case of deja vu. Can this action be repeated elsewhere, though? 

In Sierra Leone, certain things are simply impossible. Don't try to emulate the Moroccan football player.   Try registering your property as a Pujehun man and using your mother's name instead of your own. 

In comparison to any other time spent, you will spend more time in court. Your brothers will hurry to court to fight for a piece of their mother's "property". To prove they are her sons, they will even demand that she provide DNA evidence.

In 1984, your sisters who were married in Falaba and Makeni will return to inherit their "rich" mother. Even some grandkids will leave their homes and come live with their grandmother while they wait for her to pass away so they may rush to court.

Even your maternal uncles would invent tales about how your father did not fully pay the dowry. To protect her from a "failed" marriage, they will demand to have their "dear" sister taken away.

Simply said, do not attempt this in Sierra Leone.


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