I know you humans naturally are a bunch of very inquisitive people and you want to ask how it happened. Although I am an Ariogbo and it is not supposed to be any of my business whether a pikin tiff another pikin, or whether a big man tiff another big man; but let me tell you because I am an Ariogbo that sees all hears all knows all and says all you feeble humans do not see, hear, know or have the guts to say.
We do not in any way want to attribute the Friday 13th rainfall as an incident befitting the day (Friday 13th otherwise called Black Friday); which is believed to be a day bad or bizarre things occur. Far from that! It can be said however, that even though that rainfall was minimal to Sierra Leone Rainy Season standards, the damage and the oceans of debris it left in its wake is monumental to say the least. And we are not yet in the height of the Rainy Season!
This was revealed to this press over the weekend by the Senior Instructor Alieu Sesay. He maintained that Sierra Leone youths are eager to access the computer school not primarily because it is free of charge; but because they also receive moral and religious education which helps them to change their perception from immoral to moral ways of doing things in order to become useful people in society.
The fines levied are for various traffic offences including lawless driving; careless driving; over-speeding; over-loading; and driving while under the influence of alcohol, among other serious traffic violations.
The late PPRC chairman was born to a Nigerian family; educated in Nigeria and studied Law in the United Kingdom. He worked in Nigeria, UK, and in Sierra Leone. He had a wealth of experience in his forty years experience in the Judiciary.
During his service in the Law Department, he excelled himself and worked diligently in the dispensation of justice. This justifiably earned him recognition and he was honored by the Sierra Leone Government as an Officer of the Grand Order of the Rokel in 2007.
Present at the occasion was President Ernest Bai Koroma who gave the keynote address; and a host of ministers and other dignitaries. Speaking further, Madam Nenneh Koroma maintained that they were excited over the infrastructural development initiated by President Koroma all over the country since he assumed office in 2007. She added that the PLDWN was therefore ready to give their total support to President Koroma and the All Peopleâ€™s Congress (APC) for a second term in office.