Inflation hits Sierra Leone…
The Just after independence in 1961 Sierra Leone was seemingly observed as falling apart.
The country was driven apart widespread corruption at almost of facets of life.
This, to well meaning Sierra Leoneans is the untold observance of hardship, price hike and poverty generally.
Mystifying though is the manner in which prices of market commodities sky rocket.
The hardship is boldly written on faces of the poor and vulnerable.
It has reached this press the tax are now paid in advance to enable government settle out needed and blamable tasks.
Yes, the constructions of roads are underway, but the means to put to rest inflation is far fetched.
Rice is now sold at Le 200.000 bag. Before, it was between Le 60.00 to Le 80.000.
By Sahr, Freetown
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