ALLEGED MURDER CASE… POLICE DECLARE MOHAMED KAMARA WANTED!

Police in Freetown have declared one 17-year-old Mohamed Kamara wanted over alleged murder of his  friend.
 
Local Unit Commander of Lumley, Assistant Inspector General (AIG) Karrow Kamara informed a press conference that on the 26th August 2015, Kamara hosted his friend Ibrahim Bangura at his residence around Lumley Regent Road.
 
 AIG Kamara also said that Kamara overdosed Bangura with Tramadol which resulted to the latter's death.
 
17 year old Mohamed Kamara is reported to have escaped Freetown to the provinces with his younger sister Fatima.
 
At the village in Lokomasama, family relations of Kamara who had seen the bounties of Five Million Leones were ready to prosecute him to the police.
 
On a fateful night, Fatima 8 years old was playing with her mates near a water-well. 
 
According to findings, Fatima pushed one of her mates Mariama into the water well.
 
Mariama, who is the eldest daughter of Mohamed's late uncle, drowned to death.
 
The entire village found it very strange that Mohamed is being wanted by the police and his sister has caused another death. 
 
Fatima was abducted by an herbalist, who claimed that the Kamara Family is cursed by demons.
 
Mohamed Kamara knowing fully well that he will be the next to be arrested flee the country using the Sierra Leone Guinea border.
 
The police have placed his picture all over the place, but Mohamed Kamara was taken outside of the Sierra Leone Guinea border inside the trunk of vehicle  with the help of a military officer.

“Unfinished Business: the pursuit of rights and choices FOR ALL”- UNFPA Speaks

In marking the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) at 50 and the 25th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD25), Mr. Dereje Wordofa - UN Assistant Secretary General/ UNFPA Deputy Executive Director Programme visited Sierra Leone together with Mr. Mabingue Ngom - UNFPA Regional Director to learn more about the important work the country office is doing to end maternal deaths, unmet need for family planning, gender-based violence and harmful practices including FGM and child marriage.

Anti-Corruption Commission Uncovers More Stolen Public Assets

On Tuesday 25th June 2019, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) announced that after thorough investigation, they have uncovered several fraudulent conspiracies, carried out by officials serving in the former government. This is what the statement says:

Mabohanday Donates 135 Bags of Rice to 6 Limba Mosques across Freetown

Mabohanday, a nonprofit cultural organization formed in 1982 by a group of Sierra Leoneans belonging to the Limba tribe in Sierra Leone who are currently residing in the USA has between June 2nd to June 21 June donated an estimated 135 bags of rice to 6 Limba mosques across the capital, Freetown.

Human Rights Commission Dialogue with the SLP on Human Rights Issues

The Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRCSL) on Wednesday 26th June, 2019 met with   the Executive Management Board (EMB) of the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) at their headquarters at George Street, Freetown.

NPPA Unveils Southern Region Office... Signs MOU with ACC

The National Public Procurement Authority (NPPA) has on Wednesday June 26 2019 officially opened its Southern Region Office in Bo, under the distinguished leadership of its Chief Executive, Ibrahim Brima Swarray.

Heal SL Ends Installation of Free Education Suggestion Boxes

In order to compliment President Bio’s flagship project of Free Quality School Education (FQSE), HEAL SL in partnership with the Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary Education (MBSSE) and with funds from UNICEF and IrishAid, has carried out a 3 day exercise which saw the installation of over 20 Free Quality School Education Suggestion Boxes in Government and Government Assisted Schools across Freetown. Such exercise was precisely done on the 13, 14 and 17 June 2019.

ACC Presents Le 7.5 billion Cheque to President Bio

State House, Freetown, Monday 17 June 2019 – The Anti-Corruption Commission, ACC, has presented to His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio a second cheque of Le 7.5 billion as part of Le 16 Billion of cash so far recovered from corrupt officials.  

President Bio Receives Honorary Doctorate Degree

Accra, Ghana, Saturday 15 June 2019 – The Regional Maritime University (RMU) of Ghana has conferred an honorary Doctorate Degree on His Excellency, President Julius Maada Bio, at the University’s Thirteenth Congregation for the award of degrees and diplomas in Accra, Ghana.

Obituaries

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
Grandchildren
Miss Blanche Bultman of USA
Mr. Fuad Din Gabisi ...

The death is reported of Police Constable Santigie Ado Kamara formerly of the Operational Support Division (OSD), Panlap Division, Makeni and of Binkolo, Safroko Chiefdom. He died by road accident on Saturday 4th August 2018. Aged 39. He is survived by his wife Isatu Kamara, children Teresa, Samuel, Kenneth, Augustine, Emmanuel and Marie. Brothers: Abu, Kelfa, Karim, Gbessay, Sampha and Dura. Sisters: Jane D.M Sesay, Amie, Isatu, Sinnah, Sentho, Sarah, Helen, Fatu and Kadiatu. He will be buried on Sunday 19th August, 2018 at Binkolo. May his gentle soul Rest In Peace!

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