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Le23, 607,000 in Limbo – Principles of some senior secondary schools in the Kambia District are accused of conniving with Sierra Leone teachers in neighboring Guinea and Liberia to include the names of over sixty one foreign nationals in the ongoing West Africa Senior Secondary School Examinations in the District at the expense of the government. This is reported to have cost the government a whopping sum of Le23.67 million.

Salone Community in Liberia denies receiving money for registration Richard Moseray, Chairman of the Sierra Leonean Community in Liberia has denied allegations that they received money from the government of Sierra Leone to enable them take part in the Biometric Voter Registration process. The Chairman of the Sierra Leonean community in Monrovia, Liberia maintained that that they never received any funds from government nor it representatives or it agents to enhance their participation in the just concluded voter registration process. If we had received funding, we would have taken more than ten buses into Sierra Leone for the registration process, he said.

PPRC boss speaks on commission lawsThe Program and Mediator Officer of the Political Parties’ Registration Commission (PPRC), East Victor Hugo Kamara has disclosed in Kenema City that the commission has tabled to parliament more robust laws to checkmate the excesses of registered political parties in Sierra Leone. Kamara said after the enactment of the PPRC recommendations by parliament, the commission will be transformed to the Political Parties Registration and Regulation Commission (PPRRC) thereby authoring the Commission to ban and deregistered political parties culpable of perpetuating violence without any legal implication.

Bumbuna Dam water level dropsThe Project Coordinator of the Bumbuna Hydro Electricity project, Mr. Bosso Lucino, has told journalists that the water level in the Hydro electric power dam has dropped considerably. Mr. Bosso made this revelation whilst addressing journalists and visitors to the dam on Saturday May 12th of this year saying for the dam to supply adequate electricity supply; its water level has to reach its normal level of 210 meters above sea level.    

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