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PAWEL Sierra Leone commences operations in South East

PAWEL Sierra Leone commences operations in South East

The Passengers Welfare Organization Sierra Leone (PAWEL-SL) has finally started their full operation in the Southern Region after going through difficulties and embarrassment at the hands of their counterparts who see themselves as rivals.

The operation of PAWEL Sierra Leone started last Tuesday which 150 Road Safety Monitors deployed in strategic positions in the municipality of Bo in order to complement the efforts of the Sierra Leone Police and Traffic Wardens to reduce the high rate of accidents in this part of the country.

The deployment of these Road Safety Monitors was done through the hard work of the Director of (PAWEL-SL), Dr. John Gbla who has done extremely well to see that PAWEL becomes relevant in the Southern and Eastern Regions.

Members of PAWEL-SL therefore commend Dr. John Gbla for his hard work and commitment and also for his financial support to the organisation.

They also lavished praises on the Regional Coordinator Mr. Mustapha Kpaka Junior for giving them courage and passion for the achievement of their aspirations.

According to the Deputy National Executive Direction more Road Safety Monitors are going to be trained in the other Districts so that they will be all over the country.

It could be recalled that the Assistant Inspector General of Police South, Mr. David Sesay held a meeting with the Drivers Union and Bike Riders Union and other stakeholders in Bo where he told them that PAWEL-SL is a legal institution that has been endorsed by the Government of Sierra Leone and therefore has the legal mandate to operate in this country.

He admonished all stakeholders in the transport sector to execute their duties within their mandates.

By Mohamed Saccoh in Bo

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