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I will rather beg than steal.  If you have been following developments in Africa closely, you would have known that Akon started his electrification project in Africa with a ten billion line of credit from China long before Maada Bio became president. 

Bio does not have to beg Akon.  Akon has already started a project in Sierra Leone.  It is just fitting that being the gentleman that he is, Bio will always say thank you to those that want to help develop Sierra Leone and institute a Commission of Inquiry for those idiots that reaped Sierra Leone.  O Laimpay O Kas Kamu.
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Of course you better beg than steal because you do not run a country. Be kekeh blohun!
However, it is a good start to collecting property taxes and I hope a good job is done after all.
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KL, give us a break. You know most of the African leaders are beggars. You know that there is very little accountability when it comes to manage donors. The donors now prefer to give funds to NGOs and private business.
Do you know Shankerdas, an Indian business in Sierra Leone was   given a $50 million loan by CDC of England to recover from the Ebola crisis.

Besides, what do you expect when Ernest Koroma and his APC cronies have emptied the nation's treasury. The government is forced to beg to survive.
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OrKama, what's good for the goose?  EBK was also referred to as the "beggar-in-chief by SLPP folks and it is laughable to see Bio doing the same. Na for bear, ya?

Jacob Kanu
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KL, please retire your notorious and tired tribal rants. You will age ungracefully... and you ain't seen nothing yet.

We have not even started yet. After Quality Free Education has started in earnest, we are preparing to  rapidly start destroying the "Hungriest-nation-in-the-world" nomenclature that your ayampi EBK left as legacy. Salone will substitute EBK's $200 Million annual rice importation bill with local production  and thousands of sustainable jobs for our young men and women... 

To be continued

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Oh wow, Jacob Kanu, the labo, labo greengo is back! Welcome!
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