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Bio pays SLPP Rent – Flag-bearer of the opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party, Julius Maada Bio has saved an eviction order for his party by paying their Le 25 million rent.

Bio paid the SLPP’s eastern regional office rent last week Friday and saved his party’s the embarrassment of being evicted.

Parties boycott national debate -All the political parties in Sierra Leone including the APC, SLPP and UDM refused to grace Friday’s March 9th National Debate organized by the Sierra Leone Radio Disc Jockey’s Association (SLERADA).

Political interference – The National Elections Watch (NEW) together with the independent Radio network (IRN) has stated that there is a lot of political interference in the country.

During a press conference organized by NEW and IRN, it was disclosed that double registration and lawless behaviour of party stalwarts is one of the problem created by party stalwarts.

Journalist vies for Freetown mayor – Journalist Theo Nicol has officially announced the plan to be mayor of the Freetown City Council under the ruling All People’s Congress. Mr. Nicol is a veteran journalist who has served as Editor of the African Young Voices Newspaper, a local tabloid known for sensational news publication.

Mr. Theo Nicol served as Managing Director and editor in Chief of the AYV. Mr. Williams will however continue to serve as executive Vice Chairman of the board of directors of African Young Voices group of Companies.

Big rush for APC symbols in Kono – Aspirant for both the position of wards and constituencies in Kono District has become a hot cake. Several aspirants have declared they are ready to undertake their political carrier under the APC flag.

First Lady supports registration – First lady Her Excellency Sia Nyama Koroma has added her voice for Sierra Leoneans to register in preparation for the November 2012 elections.

The First Lady spoke to resident of Yams Farm where she address community members and appeal to them to support the registration process.

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