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PPRC shames Musa Tarawally – The minister of Internal Affairs, Musa Tarawally has been named and shamed by the Political Party Registration Commission (PPRC), after he was caught in a registration scandal at the J Matter registration centre in Kissy. After registering, it is understood that Musa Tarawally tried to get an unknown man to be registered by the NEC officials who refused to do so, due to insufficient documentation.

Idrissa Kamara gets the boot – It is now known that President Koroma’s top bodyguard commonly identified as Leather Boot has been sacked. It is believed that the president came to the decision after several allegations linking Idrissa Kamara as the pioneer to a series of violent uprisings in the country.

Mohamed Bangura named UDM Flag Man – After a thrilling convention in the city of Bo, the politician Mohamed Bangura has emerged as the flag bearer of the United Democratic Movement. As he is the third presidential candidate the UDM has provided so far for the November polls, it is believed that the young politician would make use of some chances.

President Koroma urges FBC graduates to be fruitful citizens – After a joyous graduation ceremony, President Koroma pleads to the new graduates to change fortunes of the country for the better. He said they are the new agents of change and urged them to use their education for the betterment of Sierra Leone.

Northerners confess APC is rascal – It is understood that the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) still holds a firm grip of the northern territory, a region the governing APC is hoping to recapture of late.

Followers of the SLPP have raised concerns that the APC is tricking their members forgetting the fact that the former SLPP ministers from that region have always tolerated members of the APC.

Sahr Thomas Nyuma rubbishes impeachment allegations – Tom Nyuma, the embattled Kailahun District chairman has cleared allegations held against him in an interview he is alleged to have granted the Bintumani online publication that his impeachment is nothing but arrant nonsense.

 Nyuma argued that his move to the ruling All People’s Congress was positively telling the opposition that the APC are a serious political party that is in for development.

London Mining driver on the run – A London Mining vehicle with registration number ADP 228 is found abandoned on the Lunsar-Makeni highway.

The vehicle was involved in a crash which reportedly claimed the life of a traffic warden officer by the name of Abdulai A. Sanoh PW32.

Meanwhile, the driver with an unknown passenger reportedly abandoned the vehicle fleeing the scene.

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