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Views on Sunday Trading Ban

Views on Sunday Trading Ban

Aminata Sesay, Trader

I support the no trading on Sundays because it gives me the opportunity to sit together with my family at home and share love.

Ibrahim Tejan Jalloh, Mechanic

The no business on Sundays has reduced our earning because in the past, many people used to bring their defective electrical equipment on Sunday for repairs but that is no longer the case.

Christian Cole, Choir Master

As a Christian believer it is a great opportunity for all Christians to go to Church on Sunday and worship God than to be running behind money every blessed day and forgetting that we are created by God and we need to worship Him.

Sheikh Issa Kuyateh, An Imam

As a Muslim living in a religiously tolerant country, I think it is very important because Sunday always reminds devoted Christians to go to Church and propagate the message of God who alone I believe can solve our problems

Mr. Alimamy Koroma, Carpenter

I support the decision of Government to ban trading on Sundays because it is good for a human beings to have a day to rest within the week to concentrate on their domestic work.

Mariama Sesay, Caterer

I am happy because the no business on Sundays has left our major roads in the heart of the city isolated, thereby reducing accidents and promoting road and I suggest that Freetown City Council uses the Sundays as field day for them to clean the entire Freetown.

Ibrahim Tholley, Farmer

I believe the Sunday restrictions affected mostly people dwelling in big cities because for us as farmers we go to our farms in the morning and perform our task. So whether lift the restriction on Sundays or not, our agricultural activities will not be affected.

Koloneh Sankoh, House wife

I like the Sunday Stay at Home because it gives opportunity to me, my husband and children to sit together and share family love and understand ding. I am therefore appealing to Government to continue with the good initiative.

Ibrahim Tommy, Land Lord

As a Land Lord it gives me a big opportunity to not only know all my tenants but also create a platform to tell them individually my new rules and regulations in my house which discourage vices and encouraged virtues.

Mariatu Conteh, Cookery Seller

I feel uncomfortable because I depend on my business where I find money to not only pay school fees for my children but also cloth, shelter and feed them on daily basis without a helping hand so I am appealing to Government to lift the Sunday trade ban.

By Abdulai Mento Kamara

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