What a week...
Post election protests and violence in Kenya, Charlottesville civil unrest , Sierra Leone floods, Kagame sworn in for another 7 years ( On behalf of the people of the DRC 'congrats')
Grace Mugabe ( have mercy what now) , protests outside Abuja House in London ( even if it was tiny) , Bruce Forsths's departure ( 'cuddly toy cuddly toy') , vans recklessly, mowing people down and to top it all off I've had the flu all week
Well hot damn!...Has the world lost its way?
Abuja Hse Protest
Can somebody please tell me what this is? :-]
Somebody come get your husbands..
Every year during and between the rainy season ( June - Oct) Sierra Leone experiences heavy flooding. The hardest hit/most affected, tend to be the poorest communities, with floods ravaging homes and often taking lives.
Whilst the recent devastating floods may be the worst experienced by Sierra Leone in years, little has been done year -on - year to mitigate or guard against these annual floods. In fact, despite warnings against the continued levels of deforestation, poor sanitation, ineffective town and country planning, it's fair to say that very little change has taken place with regards to preparing for the ( expected) heavy rainfall.
Critics argue that current ministers are simply just too busy building mansions, buying homes abroad, educating their children abroad, and re allocating government funds to personal accounts .. to use the money to develop communities, take the precautions necessary, or simply put...care
That's what critics say.
Here is a list of current ministers
(and the people to write to should you feel so inclined)
His Excellency Dr Ernest Bai Koroma President & Minister of Defence
Ambassador Dr Victor Bockarie Foh Vice President
Mr Momodu L. Kargbo Minister of Finance and Economic Development
Dr Samura M.W. Kamara Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation
Mr Maya Kaikai Minister of Local Government and Rural Development
Mr Joseph F. Kamara Attorney-General and Minister of Justice
Mr Mohamed Bangura Minister of Information and Communications
Ms. Nanette Thomas Minister of Political and Public Affairs
Capt. Momodu Allieu Pat-Sowe Minister of Trade and Industry
Dr Minkailu Bah Minister of Education, Science and Technology
Alhaji Ibrahim Kemoh Sesay Minister of Works, Housing, And Infrastructure
Mr Henry O. Macauley Minister of Energy
Alhaji Minkailu Mansaray Minister of Mines and Mineral Resources
Mr Leonard Balogun Koroma Minister of Transport and Aviation
Dr Sylvia Blyden Minister of Social Welfare, Gender and Children's Affairs
Ms. Elizabeth Mans Minister of Fisheries, and Marine Resources
Dr Mathew Teambo Minister of Labour And Social Security
Prof. Patrick Monty Jones Minister of Agriculture, Food Security, and Forestry
Mr Sidi Yahya Tunis Minister of Tourism and Culture
Ms. Diana Konomanyi Minister of Lands, Country Planning and the Environment
Mr Ahmed Khanou Minister of Sports
Major (Rtd) Palo Conteh Minister of Internal Affairs
Mr Bai Mamoud Bangura Minister of Youth Affairs
Dr Abu Bakarr Fofanah Minister of Health and Sanitation
Mr Momodu Maligie Minister of Water Resources
With millions of pounds now pledged by various governments including China and the UK, the concern of many ( despite their grief) is... what will happen to that money?
With the millions pledged to fight Ebola unaccounted for, do the critics have a point?
Was this disaster avoidable?
Sorry, not this time Mr President
What do Grace Mugabe and Naomi Campbell have in common?
Well...a fiery temper it would seem
The government of Zimbabwe requested diplomatic immunity for Grace, whilst the South African government put airports on red alert [click]
Where is she now?
Gotta love her
Did you know Nigerian state officials ( senators) are some of the the highest paid in the world? [click]
I can see you all adjusting your CV's as I type
Only reggae can solve this
We forget we are all god
Have a lovely weekend Xx
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