SLPP Secretary-General Aspirant Says He’s Confident of Winning

[Concord] One of the leading aspirants for the position of Secretary General in the forthcoming national delegates’ conference of the main opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) has emphatically stated that he is confident of winning despite a lo…

[Concord] One of the leading aspirants for the position of Secretary General in the forthcoming national delegates' conference of the main opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) has emphatically stated that he is confident of winning despite a long0list of candidates.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Voter Data Update – NEC Cancels Press Conference

[Concord] Commissioners of the National Electoral Commission (NEC), including the Chairperson Mohamed Nfa Alie Conteh, yesterday failed to show up at a presser summoned by the commission to explain issues surrounding voter registration.

[Concord] Commissioners of the National Electoral Commission (NEC), including the Chairperson Mohamed Nfa Alie Conteh, yesterday failed to show up at a presser summoned by the commission to explain issues surrounding voter registration.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Who Owns EJ Roye Building? the People

[New Democrat] The Six Judicial Circuit Court seated in Monrovia has dismissed a petition filed by some concerned members and officials of the ancient True Whig Party (TWP), against the Government of Liberia’s decision to take ownership of the Edward J…

[New Democrat] The Six Judicial Circuit Court seated in Monrovia has dismissed a petition filed by some concerned members and officials of the ancient True Whig Party (TWP), against the Government of Liberia's decision to take ownership of the Edward J. Roye Building on Ashmun Street.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Govt Anti-Corruption Unit Takes Years to Probe Cases

[Notes from the House] The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) told Parliament that the average time it takes to resolve an investigation into government graft is three to four years.

[Notes from the House] The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) told Parliament that the average time it takes to resolve an investigation into government graft is three to four years.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa