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Sierra Leone is still in a state where every iota of prayer counts so much. The president Ernest Bai Koroma encourages every patriotic Sierra Leonean to pray earnestly for the diversion of any pandemonium in the forth-coming elections and equally elect a savior for this country.
We do not only need prayers during this month of Ramadan – though it is a special and holy month – because the month will soon come to an end, wherein majority would be tempted to resume those things which are prominent and giant contributors as to why this country still lags behind in the contest of development.
Taking into consideration the unthinkable and devilish mutilation of a mad person in the city recently and other uncovered evil doing of certain individuals to ensure successes as the elections becomes too immediate, the editorial team of Sierra Express Media implore all those who are God fearing to pray not only for Mama Salone but equally for those who are finding pleasure in the misery and melancholy of others. So that this country will go through elections that are free and fair, terror free with uninterrupted progress for all afterwards.
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