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Cocorioko, the mouthpiece of the useless APC party that has just had its laimpay kicked has refused to update its useless site since Maada Bio's victory. Does the proprietor want to flip from APC to SLPP?
If you work for the Sierra Leone government and are paid from the consolidated fund, woe be tied upon you to criticize our head of state, your boss. Same goes for John Baimba Sesay, another Ernest Koroma jeliba.
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There are still no updates. What's going on Kabs Kanu?
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The free $10000 a month from the consolidated funds has been cut-off. Kabs needs to work of his appetite. No more free food from poor salone. Kabs will be going back to work in the nursing home he had abandoned... and also that phony church he was using as a front to con old and frail Liberian grannies.
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Lol, there are a bunch of new stories today.
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I saw this story on Cocorioko
The reasons for eruption violence in different parts of the country are clearly not all the same.
I do hope that they are all thoroughly investigated after the situation has been bought under control.
It is imperative that we have peace and stability as soon as possible or the consequences could be dire. This is the sort of environment putschists love.
The incoming government cannot be expected to stamp out all the violence overnight. Apart from their security personnel, differenf stakeholders such as the opposition, traditional rulers, and Civil Society also have a role to play. I recall the powerful role traditional rulers played in the fight against Ebola. They can play a similar role on maintaining law and order under the present circumstances.