President Julius Maada Bio has told journalists in Freetown that the Government is at an advanced stage in the repeal of Part V of the 1965 Public Order Act that criminalises libel.
Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio has reassured his government’s commitment to human capital development while making a presentation at the Mandela 100 Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Payments for the implementation of alleged agricultural activities in the provinces is still outstanding even when it was one of the key recommendations in the Auditor General’s Report 2015.
The Asmaa James Foundation is urging Sierra Leoneans from all walks of life to wear black on Tuesday,4th December, 2018 to collectively protest against the increase in incidents of rape and abuse against girls below 12 years of age in the small West African country.
Over Le 22.2 billion in revenues is still unaccounted for by various Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) as a result of discrepancies in what was recorded in the National Revenue Authority (NRA) cashbook, statements in transit accounts and what actually reflected in the onsolidated Revenue Fund Account (CRFA), the Auditor General’s Report of 2015 suggests.
IMF Executive Board Approves US$172.1 Million Arrangement Under the Extended Credit Facility for Sierra Leone
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday approved a new 43 months arrangement for Sierra Leone under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF) for US$172.1 million, equivalent of 60 percent of Sierra Leone’s quota in the IMF, to support the country’s economic and financial reforms.
President Julius Maada Bio Launches the McGovern-Dole International School Feeding Programme in Kabala, Koinadugu
President Julius Maada Bio has launched phase four of the McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program (IFEP) in Kabala, the district headquarter town of Koinadugu, some 190 miles north of Sierra Leone.