FOR QUALITY SERVICE DELIVERY... NATCOM Director General Settles QCell Impasse

NATCOM DG Daniel Kaitibi NATCOM DG Daniel Kaitibi
The Director General of the Country's Telecommunications Commission, (NATCOM) Daniel Kaitibi, has amicably resolved the much-talked-about deadlock between Qcell Mobile Company and the two other telecommunications companies, Orange and Africell.
"My responsibility is to ensure quality service delivery to the people and also ensures a peaceful relationship between and amongst Mobile Network Operators as enshrined in the Telecommunications Act of 2006, as amended," NATCOM Director General said.
He assured the public that under his leadership the telecommunications service providers will continue to work in peace for the growth of their businesses and customers' satisfaction. 
In a joint communique yesterday, signed by all the four Mobile Network Operators in furtherance of the Commission's mandate as provided for in Sections 52, 53 and 54 of the Telecommunications Act of 2006, they agreed that Africell and Orange Companies immediately interconnect with Qcell on their respective networks. 
It was also agreed that all the Mobile Companies should fully comply with the floor price (Le. 590per minute) for off-net and on-net voice calls, adding that they should desist from unnecessary allegations that has the potential to defame the goodwill of other mobile network operators and the regulator.
To enforce this communique,  they agreed that violators are liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred million Leones.
One of the Civil Society activists who has been calling on NATCOM commended the Director General for such stewardship in answering to the call of the public. 
Alhassan Conteh, the Spokesman of the Consortium on Services For Citizens said that NATCOM has got the right leadership, but called on him to continue the good work.


Friday, August 21st 2019 marks a year of the passing of Hadja Hawa Khadar Daramy, wife of Late Honourable Dr. Sheikh Batu Daramy (First Financial Secretary of Sierra Leone) and Member of Parliament of Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP).  Hadja Hawa was born 1st December 1922 to Sowoi Mariama Fortune and Alhaji Ali Khadar.
Hadja Hawa Khadar Daramy hails from Mongeray, Kpaka, Pujehun where her mother was born.  Oh! how she just loved Mongeray.   Her father was born in Helba, North Lebanon.
Hadja Hawa Khadar Daramy passed away at 5:30 a.m. on Wednesday 21st August


With gratitude to God for a life well lived

Obituary for the late Evelyn Lauretta Idowu-Davies
Sunrise:11 February 1925
Sunset : 10 March 2019
Aged 94
Funeral & Communion service : Friday 22 March at the Ebenezer Methodist Church Murray Town at 2:30
From the Children and grandchildren at home and abroad.

17th March 2019, marks the 20th Anniversary of the passing away of HONORABLE, DR. SHEIKH BATU DARAMY SR, aka, SB Daramy.  Dr. Sheikh Batu Daramy, Sr. B.Sc (Economics from London School of Economics, UK), M.A., Ph.D from Howard University, was born on 20th September, 1920 in Makeni.  Today we remember one of the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) oldest members.  In 1948, Hon. Dr. Sheikh Batu Daramy was awarded a Sierra Leone Government scholarship to attend the London School of Economics from where he graduated in 1952 with a B.Sc in Economics. ...

The death is announced of Mr. Fuad Din Gabisi age 84 years whose sad event took place today Monday 12th November, 2018. He is survived by his wife Balkisu Din Gabisi of 3 Ingham Street Fourah Bay Community, Freetown. Sisters: Haja Bola Deen (Late) and Ola Din-Gabisi (UK)
Children: Mrs. Christiana Bultman-Sulaiman of the USA
Mr. Sulay Din Gabisi of USA
Miss Zainab Din Gabisi of Freetown
Mr. Aziz Din Gabisi of Freetown
Mr. Dyfu Din Gabisi of USA
Miss Blanche Bultman of USA
Mr. Fuad Din Gabisi ...


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