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Second Semester Scores (part one)

Second Semester Scores (part one)

The great professor has conducted a political mid-term test for our ministers and this test will determine their fate in the final examination in 2018. Any minister who failed this test is bound to fail the final exams. The test was conducted in the State Avenue Examination Hall under the strict supervision of seasoned invigilators hired from renowned political universities in the world. It now pleases the erudite bird to publish the following grades scored by some of our ministers:

  1. Minkailu Bah-30%-This minister must study harder to promptly pay all subsidies and girl child refunds. He must improve himself in approving and paying all unapproved and unpaid teachers. Minkailu scored the 30% because he cracked down on ghost teachers and fake certificates although he needs to do more in that discipline.
  2. Sam Sesay-25%-This minister must explain how the size of a plate of cookery keeps reducing and the price keep increasing with all the hundreds of tractors imported into this country. He must also explain the progressive retrogression of the Agricultural Business Centers on which so much money was spent. Sam should also improve himself in food sufficiency.
  3. Miatta Kargbo-33%-Miatta seems to be losing the battle against the dreaded Ebola killer disease which is now threatening our capital city, Freetown after wrecking havoc in Kailahun, Kenema and other provincial areas. She must also try to be supplying sufficient amount of free health care drugs to health facilities many of which receive woefully inadequate supply of the drugs.
  4. Balogun Koroma-28%-Balogun must tell the professor why the Sierra Leone Road Transport Corporation buses keep polluting our environment via the huge clouds of smoke they discharge why struggling on our highways. He must try to get us new buses immediately otherwise, he will score a worse grade in the final exams in 2018, especially when the presidential/UNICEF helicopter has started running out of fuel.
  5. Alpha Khan-20%-Alpha must improve himself in tolerating the critical press and he must explain why and how the most popular good governance program was banned for sixty days through political instruction from above. He must also try to secure a reasonable amount of independence for the Independent Media Commission.
  6. Musa Tarawalie-60%-Musa has succeeded in recovering many acres of state lands from which he has taken the risk to demolish several houses. Cheers Musa, keep it up.

More grades to be published next edition. Reference exams for all failed ministers will take place early September.

Signed: Professor Parrot, Vice-Chancellor, University of Politics

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