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Sierra Leone Military Strength Ranking 2017 The finalized Global Firepower ranking relies on over 50 factors to determine a given nation's PowerIndex score. Music Credit: NoCopyrightSounds Image Credit: Google Information Credit: globalfirepower
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Abass Kamara came a long way from Makeni, Sierra Leone to Berlin. Now he sits in the Bundestag, the German Parliament, waiting for answers. Germany was one of the financiers who patronised Addax-Project, a development project in Sierra Leone, Westafrica. The project was filled with promises. On a 10,000 hectares estate the local farmers should grow sugarcane, planted in circular fields watered by pivot irrigation. “It will produce 85,000m3 ethanol per annum and approximately 100,000 MWh of renewable power per annum. At March 2015, the project employed 3,600 people”. None of these promises were fulfilled. The fabric is closed. The situation for the people now is even worse. They lost their land. They fight to survive. Every day. Panorama – die Reporter tells a story of a failed developmen...
As part of its committed pillars of providing humane and dignifying benefits to migrants, the United Nation’s Intentional Organization for Migration (IOM) team in Sierra Leone compose of staff members and medical personnel, led by the country’s head of mission, Mr. Alhaji Sanusi Savage welcomed 164 stranded Sierra Leoneans in Libya on an IOM chartered flight funded by the Italian government at the Freetown National Airport in Lungi late Tuesday night November 21st, 2017.
Brussels Airlines landing at Freetown Lungi International Airport Flight number: SN243 Monrovia (GLRB) to Freetown Lungi (GFLL) Aircraft: Airbus A330-300, OO-SFX Seat Number: 5A Business Arrival Time: 18:10 May 9th 2017
Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Sierra Leone Military Strength Ranking 2017 The finalized Global Firepower ranking relies on over 50 factors to determine a given nation's PowerIndex score. Music Credit: NoCopyrightSounds Image Credit: Google Information Credit: globalfirepower
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Indications show that the presidential elections in Sierra Leone are heading to a run-off vote. The final results are due out today. Over 75-percent of the ballots have been counted. Julius Maada Bio of the main opposition Sierra Leone People Party has over 43-percent of the vote. Samura Kamara of the ruling All People's Congress garnered nearly 43 percent of the vote. A candidate needs 55-percent-plus to win. There's some cause for concern, however, with reports of sporadic clashes across the country during the vote counting process. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Abonnez-vous à notre chaîne sur YouTube : http://f24.my/youtube En DIRECT - Suivez FRANCE 24 ici : http://f24.my/YTliveFR A la une du journal de l'Afrique, une forte mobilisation à Freetown pour les élections présidentielles, législatives et locales. C'est la quatrièrème élection à laquelle participent les Sierra-Léonais depuis 2002. Et pour l'occasion, près de trois millions d'électeurs se sont mobilisés, créant de longues files d'attente devant les bureaux de vote. Au Burkina Faso, un hommage national a été rendu aux huit militaires tués dans l'attaque de Ouagadougou vendredi 2 mars. Un millier de personnes étaient réunies dans l'après-midi pour la cérémonie, dans un camp militaire près de la capitale. Enfin, nous recevons Alice Gautreau, seule sage-femme à bord de l'Aquarius. Sur ce...
English/Nat Platoons of tense government soldiers are now patrolling the near-empty streets of Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown. Government-allied jet fighters fired over rebel-controlled parts of the capital on Saturday in an attempt to overcome the rebels who stormed into the capital on Wednesday. Since then, terrified residents have left the city in droves, escaping the dwindling food and water supplies, power cuts and destruction of their homes, schools and hospitals. The rebels are calling for the release of their jailed leader and the ousting of the country's President Ahmed Tejan Kabbah. Government-allied jet fighters screamed over Sierra Leone's embattled capital on Saturday, firing a string of rockets into rebel held territory. Plumes of black and grey smoke curled into the...
The West African nation’s presidential run-off can go ahead as planned. The vote was delayed after the ruling party filed suit, claiming that the opposition had engaged in fraud during the first round earlier this month. Temporary ban on runoff election lifted: http://p.dw.com/p/2v1PL
Sierra Leone's electoral commission says Maada Bio won with 51.81 percent of the votes. The former ruling All People's Congress candidate Samura Kamara took 48.19 percent. So essentially is a difference of just three-point-six percent. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Follow Adeola Fayehun: Instagram: https://instagram.com/adeolafayehun Facebook: https://facebook.com/adeolafayehun Twitter: https://twitter.com/adeolafayehun To support: https://www.patreon.com/adeolafayehun As Sierra Leone waits for the result of its presidential election runoff, Adeola gives update on the candidates.
In less than 24 hours voters in Sierra Leone head to the polls to elect a new president, legislators as well as mayors and other local level leaders throughout the country. Citizens are excited ahead of Wednesday's vote as the country seeks to strengthen its democratic credentials by carrying out a credible election. CGTN Africa is on the ground bringing you the latest developments from Sierra Leone. #SierraLeone Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Sierra Leone is set to go into elections on March 2018, but the big issue is how our politicians are misinforming and instigating the poor young people to crate problems. But KTV is calling on young people to stay away from violence and drugs. Think Sierra Leone First. For more information please visit: www.ktvsl.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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