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As the 2012 General Elections are just a skip to catch, Civil Societies are looking for the inclusion of the Ministry of Indigenization in all Political parties manifesto. Investigation conducted revealed that past and present Government in Sierra Leone are in the habit of taking lands from Landowners to foreigners with no sober compensation all in the name of Investment. It is the views of civil societies that developing countries must have the right to determine their own trade and investment policies that seek the interest of it people in support of sustainable livelihood, promote the right of Women and Children that leads to extreme poverty reduction. Millions around the world are steadily destroyed by denying countrymen lands. Civil Societies are yearning to see the localization of all Mining Companies and factories with fifty one percent of there annual profit to land owners rather than waiting for Company Scholarships for student inhabiting the locations these companies are located. The trillion dollar question is who is ready to bell the cat? APC, SLPP, PMDC or NDA??
Unconfirmed source have it that all Political Parties are expecting huge amount of monies from these Mining Companies for the 2012 elections for which political pundits now see it as a real doubt for any political party to venture pushing toward the said direction for the general good of all .Detailed advantaged of indigenization will be look into and it contribution to development in some Africa Countries.
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