SLPP Permanently Dividing Sierra Leone
The Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) Government led by the former junta leader, Rtd. Brig. Julius Maada Bio, is no doubt, permanently dividing Sierra Leone as its continues with its unprecedented massive sacking of Sierra Leonean workers mostly from the north-west regions of the country.
SLPP, since taking over the reins of governance of the country, has left an unprecedented number of Sierra Leoneans jobless as a result of the massive sackings and summary dismissals it continues to effect in almost every institution of the country an action which almost always affect Sierra Leoneans from the North-west regions.
It could be recalled that upon assuming office in April, the first real action of the SLPP was the summary dismissal of over 106 staff who had been working at the Office of the Chief of Staff at State House, the unprecedented sackings of both civil and public servants across all institutions, the unilateral dissolution of all boards and commissions including the human rights commission among others, the illegal removal of the ACC Commissioner, Bank Governor, Chief Immigration Officer among others.
These actions were later followed by a bloody Christmas package as the SLPP government summarily sacked over 91 staff at NATCOM, dozens at NaCSA, Ports Authority, and NASSIT among others.
As if that is not enough, President Bio’s SLPP has again in another unprecedented circumstance, sacked all staff at the Sierra Leone Maritime Administration on the pretext of restructuring the institution; an action that is viewed not only as unfortunate but as has the propensity to create everlasting division in Sierra Leone.
With north-westerners largely affected by such the wicked actions of the SLPP, political analysts are of the view that the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) Government is creating a permanent division in the country which may prove catastrophic for the peace of Sierra Leone.
By Ibrahim Alusine Kamara
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